All automakers are hard at work, but some are definitely putting four times the effort. One of the oldest and globally recognizable brands, Ford, is hard at work to maintain not only amazing works but also a legacy that runs several decades.
The sixth-gen Explorer is coming in with a set of lovely tweaks and an extremely forward-looking design and a number of other specs. It has a sloped roofline, has grown six-inch longer wheelbase and the exterior is thoroughly upgraded.
For the ST, the Explorer is handed special badging and optional, black-finish, 21-inch wheels. The end result is an extremely good-looking SUV. Combined with the 2020 Explorer’s sleeker headlights, the result is one sharp SUV that will take you anywhere, any time.
Under the hood is a rear-wheel-drive architecture, along with the longer wheelbase. The Explorer ST has an all comes standard with all-wheel drive, but it uses a rearward bias, which sends power only sent to the front wheels. The engine is a 3.0-liter, twin-turbocharged V6 that produces 400 horsepower and 415 pound-feet of torque.
Paired to a 10-speed automatic transmission, there is no better way to feel the punch of a powerful machine. The 2020 Ford Explorer is prepared to run a lengthy life, coming with well-updated tech specifications.
Each price is loaded with Ford’s Co-Pilot 360 driver-assistance tech, with specifications such as blind-spot monitoring and lane-keeping assist.
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