2011 Ford Explorer: New Video Footage and Photos from Presentation

No thanks to Ford’s massive promotional campaign, even if you didn’t care to know, by now you’ve probably heard that the new generation of the Explorer SUV is out in the open.

We’ve already posted all the details along with a comprehensive gallery on the 7-seater crossover here, but the Dearborn automaker has released new photos from the presentation events that took place in various cities across the country including Chicago, Washington D.C. and New York City.

If you follow the jump, you’ll also find four videos that showcase the Explorer in motion and highlight the SUV’s new technology features such as the Terrain Management System. We remind you that the redesigned Explorer will be offered at launch with two powerplants, a 290HP 3.5-liter V6 and a 235HP 2.0-liter EcoBoost Turbo. Sales start later this year with a base price of $28,995 -including delivery- for the V6 model.


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