The next generation of Ford cars are about to arrive.
In a year that has seen many of the most exciting innovations in technology come to market, Ford is bringing a new generation of its popular, affordable, and practical SUV line to market with the first-ever low-slung, lightweight, low-tech, all-wheel drive (LHD) SUV.
The Ford Explorer will debut at the Detroit Auto Show, but in the coming months it will also be available to order in other markets around the world, including the United States, Canada, and the European Union.
The Explorer is designed to meet the needs of a small SUV and the needs that come with a lot of weight.
Its lightweight design and slim profile mean that it’s easy to transport, but can also be easily maneuvered around city streets.
Its low profile means that it is easy to park and it’s also relatively low, weighing in at only 10 pounds.
The Explorer also has a compact design, with a seat height of just 2.9 inches and a top cargo volume of 3.2 cubic feet.
Its weight is around 2.8 pounds, making it lightweight but also easy to handle.
The SUV is available in both a base model, which has the standard 2.6-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder engine, and a performance version with a 3.8-liter turbocharged inline-six engine.
The Performance model will be available in three trim levels, starting at $27,000.
The Explorer Performance package includes a new 6.2-liter six-cylonda engine that delivers a claimed 265 horsepower and 295 lb-ft of torque.
It’s rated at 54 mpg city/45 mpg highway, which makes it a good option for commuters, but the SUV is also equipped with a standard safety package that comes with the addition of blind spot monitoring, collision warning, lane departure warning, and automatic emergency braking.
Ford is also bringing the Explorer to the next level with a new 5.2L V6 EcoBoost engine that can deliver 375 horsepower and 460 lb-force of torque, making this the most powerful four-seat SUV in the market.
This engine also comes with six-speed manual transmission, and it is paired with a six-speaker audio system, which can offer up to 7.1 hours of entertainment, including Apple CarPlay.
When the Explorer hits the market in 2021, it will be the first new Ford SUV to feature a 5.8L V8 engine.
Ford claims that the new engine is the world’s most advanced gasoline engine, which will be capable of delivering 450 horsepower and 5,800 lb-feet of torque (the same amount of torque as the Ford Focus ST) at a claimed range of 150 miles.
The EcoBoost 5.4L engine is rated at 50 mpg, and while this engine is less powerful than the EcoBoost 4.4l, it is still a powerful engine.
With the new EcoBoost, Ford promises that the Explorer will be able to hit 60 mph in 3.6 seconds and get to 60 mph from a stop in just 4.2 seconds.
It will also offer a claimed top speed of 189 mph.
Despite the powerful engine, the Explorer is still just a low-volume SUV, and its limited range means that the vehicle isn’t likely to be a high-volume pickup.
Ford is targeting the Explorer as a middle-market SUV, where it can compete with other compact SUVs like the BMW X5 and Mercedes-Benz E350.
The company is targeting a 2019 launch in North America, with the company saying that the SUV will arrive in Europe, Asia, and Australia in the first half of 2019.
It’s possible that Ford could even expand the Explorer into a mid-size SUV in 2021.
It is also possible that the company will expand the SUV further into the luxury segment, but that seems unlikely.
The most interesting part of the Explorer, however, is that it could become a high volume, premium luxury vehicle.
The low-cost, low quality, and high-end SUV that Ford is releasing is a perfect example of this.
The price tag is only $2700, which is only a little more than the $29,000 price tag for a new 2018 Jeep Wrangler.