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2021 Ford Explorer Spied Testing, First Look, ST Model

The newly redesigned generation of the Ford Explorer has been spied on the road. Besides great looking design, this model will bring more engine options and more safety features. Also, the best part is speculations that the next 2021 Ford Explorer will be also available in Europe.

According to the manufacturer, the whole family of SUVs and MPVs will be redesigned for the 2021 year. This will include popular models like C-Max, Grand C-Max, Expedition, Ford Explorer, and many others. There are also rumors that the manufacturer will bring one new SUV alongside the popular Edge model. However, more information about the new model will be available soon.

2021 Ford Explorer side

2021 Ford Explorer Redesign

The next-gen prototype of the 2021 Ford Explorer has been spotted once again on the public road and it`s all camouflaged. According to the latest report, the new model will go on the sale sometime in 2020 as the 2021 model.

The last time the Explorer was completed redesigned in late 2011. However, the upcoming SUV will follow a similar formula. So, we can expect great design and sharper look this time. From the images that we got, we can clearly see that this SUV has been grown in size. However, duo the camouflage, we cannot exactly see what is changed.

The next 2021 Ford Explorer will definitely possess a more aggressive approach than before. Also, the Ford Explorer ST model has been confirmed and this model will be the replacement for the current Explorer Sport. Furthermore, the Ford Explorer ST will bring a much more aggressive look and more powerful engine.

2021 Ford Explorer interior

Cabin Comes With A New Twin-Panel Moonroof

At this moment there is only one available image of the cabin. The upcoming 2021 Ford Explorer will continue to offer the same configuration as before. It comes with three-row of seats and there is enough space for seven people inside.

The quality materials are present and a new 10.1 inch LCD portrait infotainment system at the center of the cabin. Also, most attractiveness will be taken by the new twin-panel moonroof that offers a great outside view for the first and second row.

2021 Ford Explorer side look

Ford Explorer Will Be Offered With A Few Engine Options

The engines under the hood of the 2021 Ford Explorer will be more powerful and more economical. According to some sites, the upcoming model will be available with a few engine options.

The first one, that is also the base powertrain will still remain to be a 2,3-liter turbocharged inline-4 that will be able to produce up to 300 HP. The next one will be a 3.3-liter V6 that is also available with a hybrid option.

Twin-Turbocharged V6 Under The Ford Explorer ST

The most powerful engine is lying under the hood of the new Explorer ST. This sporty variant will replace a current Explorer Sport, which comes with a 3.5-liter twin-turbocharged V6 and is making 365 horsepower. Furthermore, the Explorer ST’s engine from the information that we got will use a 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged V6 that will make around 400 HP. Like the previous version of Explorer, the new one will also do duty as a Michigan State Police vehicle. This model has been equipped with a twin-turbo V6 and is way quicker than other police modified vehicle.

2021 Ford Explorer rear

Price and Arrival

As we already wrote at the beginning of this text, the new 2021 Ford Explorer will be released sometime in 2020 as the model 2021. The changes will be evident and we will get some new features, and engine options will be richer.

Furthermore, the price will remain the same as the current model. So, we can expect the price to be $32,500 for the base model. However, the sportier ST model will start at $50,000.

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