Ford has unveiled the Edge Concept, an almost production-ready study that previews the next-generation Edge, which is scheduled to be launched next year as a 2015 model, ahead of the vehicles public debut at the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show.
Sporting an evolutionary design enhanced by, narrow headlamps, horizontal taillights and a bolder front grille, the 2015 Edge will feature a range of advanced automated driving technologies, including the self-parking and obstacle avoiding systems currently under development by Ford. There’s no word on powertrains yet, but Ford says the 2015 Edge will be fitted with its new EcoBoost engines and active grille shutters for better fuel efficiency. Ford had nothing to say about a launch date for the production version, but you can find out more about the concept in the official press release below.
In comparison to what other larger three-row crossover SUVs offer, the new 2017 Ford Explorer falls a bit short in terms of space and versatility, but is still a solid pick for anyone looking for a hush highway ride, a strong turbocharged V6 engine, a plethora of high tech features, and relatively practical cargo space. You’re probably looking for a large three-row crossover SUV because you have a large family that needs to be hauled around conveniently. The new explorer gains several updates and new styling flourishes that differentiate it from the outgoing model.
Other features have simply been improved such as the base engine, the automated parking system, and the driver information display.
Therefore, you might want to check out what its competition offers before closing the deal.

Five trims – Sport, XLT, Base, Platinum and Limited – are offered for the large 2017 Ford Explorer SUV.
Opting for the Explorer XLT gets you a six-way power front passenger seat, a keyless entry code pad, rear parking sensors, heated exterior mirrors, upgraded brakes, an eight-way power driver seat, a leather wrapped tilt-and-telescopic steering wheel, and body-color door handles. Equipment offered for the Explorer Limited includes heated second-row seats, a front-view camera, 20” wheels, a 12-speaker Sony sound system, a 110-V power outlet, power and heated adjustable steering wheel, driver memory settings, chrome exterior mirrors, an eight-way power passenger seat, a hands-free power liftgate, and HD radio. The Explorer Sport, as the top-of-the-trim, model, adds unique interior and exterior trim color details, 20” wheels, power-adjustable pedals, adaptive cruise control, heated and adjustable steering wheel, a 110-V outlet, a front-view camera, a sport-tuned suspension system, a blind-spot camera, power-folding mirrors, and a hands-free power liftgate. Finally, the Explorer Titanium winds up the model lineup with a premium Sony audio system, an upgraded leather upholstery, a dual-panel sunroof, and LED foglights. Finally, the Explorer Platinum and Sport models get a turbocharged 3.5L V6 rated at 350 pounds-ft.
The Explorer SUV will be offered with a window sticker displaying an “MSRP starting from $31,050.” It should be offered for sale sometime in the middle of 2017. The big news is that the next-generation Edge will be a global vehicle, with availability extended to Europe, China and South America. But even so, you’re still considering one that is thrifty at the pump, has ample towing capacity, and has decent road manners.

But even with so many bells and whistles, the new explorer, just like many of its peers, is stained with foibles. This trim is also provided with the Sport Trac package but the details will be known on its release date, as no one really knows its contents.
Well, we’re to let you know that you can now put a period on your search as the new 2017 Ford Explorer meets every requirement above, and even more.
New technologies include a blind-spot monitoring with rear-cross traffic alert, a navigation system, adaptive cruise control, and pedestrian detection and alert.
The latter of the two offers a versatile and spacious interior, and improved driving dynamics.
The fuel sipper of the entire engine lineup is the turbocharged 2.3L four-cylinder engine under the hoods of the base, XLT, and Limited models.

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