2020 Ford Explorer Debuts With Less Weight And New RWD Platform

The Ford Explorer remains one of the company’s best-selling crossovers and the automaker is looking to build on that momentum by introducing the redesigned model at the North American International Auto Show.

Previewed by the Police Interceptor Utility, the 2020 Ford Explorer has an evolutionary design which is instantly recognizable. Despite giving a sense of déjà vu, the model has a rounder front fascia with a prominent grille, sportier air intakes and slender headlights.

The familiar styling continues further back as the Explorer has an evolutionary greenhouse and plastic body cladding. However, designers added sleeker bodywork, a sportier roofline and more pronounced character lines.

While the exterior styling is pretty tame, drivers will be greeted by an all-new interior which features higher quality materials and a minimalist design.  Ford hasn’t released detailed specifications, but the automaker confirmed the entry-level Explorer will come equipped with a dual-zone automatic climate control system, a 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot and 40/20/40 second-row seats which fold flat and recline.  Drivers will also find an 8-inch SYNC 3 infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility.

Moving up to the Explorer XLT will reward buyers with a 10-way power driver’s seat, a 4-way power passenger seat and a leather-wrapped steering wheel.  Other niceties include a 6.5-inch color display in the instrument cluster, second row USB charging ports and an Intelligent Access system with a push-button ignition.

The Explorer Limited goes even further as the luxury-oriented model comes standard with perforated leather seats, ambient lighting and a heated leather steering wheel.  Buyers will also find heated front / second-row seats, PowerFold third row seats and a 14-speaker B&O premium sound system.  Other highlights include a wireless smartphone charger, a 10-way power passenger seat and sun blinds for the second row.

Lastly, the range-topping Explorer Platinum has a leather-wrapped dashboard, Ash Swirl wood trim and “tri-diamond” perforated leather seats.  Other highlights include a twin-panel moonroof and front windows which can be remotely opened or closed.

Besides the aforementioned features, the 2020 Explorer can be equipped with a 12.3-inch digital cluster and a 10.1-inch touchscreen infotainment system with a portrait orientation. The latter item hasn’t been integrated into the cabin very well and it looks like someone simply mounted a tablet on the dashboard.

Under the hood, there will be a variety of different engines including an entry-level 2.3-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder that develops 300 hp (223 kW / 304 PS) and 310 lb-ft (420 Nm) of torque.  It is connected to an all-new ten-speed automatic transmission which sends power to the rear wheels.  However, customers can order an optional intelligent four-wheel drive system which is available with a terrain management system that features seven different modes.

Drivers looking for something more powerful can opt for the 3.0-liter EcoBoost V6 which develops an estimated 365 hp (272 kW / 370 PS) and 380 lb-ft (514 Nm) of torque when running on 93-octane fuel.  Thanks to the new engine and the rear-wheel drive platform, the 2020 Explorer can tow up to 5,600 lbs (2,540 kg).

Ford also confirmed plans for a Limited Hybrid variant, but the company is keeping details under wraps.  However, the model could use a hybridized 3.3-liter V6 engine just like the Police Interceptor Utility.

Ford reconfirmed plans for an Explorer ST, but declined to share details about the high-performance crossover.  While the company is playing coy, rumors have suggested the model could have a twin-turbo 3.0-liter V6 engine that develops around 400 hp (298 kW / 405 PS) and 400 lb-ft (542 Nm) of torque.

Ford didn’t say much about the Explorer’s new rear-wheel drive platform, but the automaker confirmed the entry-level model tips the scales at 4,345 lbs (1,970 kg).  This means the 2020 Explorer is 113 lbs (51.2 kg) lighter than its predecessor.

On the tech front, the 2020 Explorer will be offered with a number of features including a standard Co-Pilot360 suite of driver assistance systems.  It include a pre-collision assist system with pedestrian detection, forward collision warning and automatic emergency braking.  The suite also has lane-keeping assist, a rearview camera, automatic high-beam headlights and a blind spot information system with cross-traffic alert.

Besides the Co-Pilot360 safety suite, the Explorer can be equipped with adaptive cruise control and a reverse brake assist system that can automatically stop the crossover if a collision is imminent.

Explorer Platinum buyers will also get to experience the company’s new Active Park Assist 2.0 system. It enables the crossover to parallel or perpendicular park, at the touch of a button, and the driver doesn’t even need to touch the steering wheel, shifter, gas pedal or brake.

The 2020 Ford Explorer will arrive in dealerships this summer and pricing will start at $32,765 – a minor increase of $400.


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  • Matthijs

    Those live reveals are so funny.. ‘Murica!!

    Looks like a not so good facelift with a Highlander nose on it

    • ErnieB

      I’d still take it over a highlander though

  • Paul

    I’ve been watching the live stream on the reveal and It is interesting. I don’t like the infotainment screen and that is about all I can find so far to quibble over.

  • PhilMcGraw

    That has got to be the ugliest center stack I have seen. It’s as if they took a Fire HD 10 tablet and stuck it on sideways. I am trying to figure out if they were trying to make people think they were following in the same vein as Ram or Tesla but it looks god awful.

    It’s honestly something I would’ve expected from Hyundai or Kia a few years ago, but really Ford?

    • Brian Regan

      Agreed. If you’re going to insist on putting these giant screens in the car have your designers actually integrate it into the design. Mazda, Mercedes, and Audi (and I’m sure plenty more) all go for this ‘tacked-on’ infotainment screen as well.

    • neemer5

      THe tablet aspect is bad enough, but to have it in a vertical orientation makes no sense.


    The current model looks better, but it’s still unreliable

  • lagann

    Dafuk did they do to it? This looks like a rental car through and through. The previous Explorer had a menacing look to it and this one has a duck face on it.

    Used to always want an Explorer but this is just plain ugly both outside and inside. What were they thinking…this is how you cede suv sales to your competitors.

    • ErnieB

      Yup.. the current design is still better looking.. this just watered it down.. very disappointed.. thought this would be my next family mover ..

  • Brian Regan

    I see Ford designers opted for the ‘tacked-on afterthought’ look for the infotainment screen rather than bothering to integrate it into the design. Also, that Explorer family photo really shows how massive it’s become.

  • atomicbri

    I am sure this will sell for Ford, however, I am not liking the front end of this at all. Like someone else said, a Highlander type look. The rest of the exterior is ok but nothing great. That center infotainment screen is comical. It looks so ridiculous. Why does one need that much vertical screen? Navigation information looks so much better in a landscape layout then picture layout. Not liking that element at all. Rest of there interior looks fine. At least they didn’t do fake exhausts, God I hate those!

    • PK

      like you said, it will sell for ford. i’m with you i don’t like that big tablet ipad screen like in the dash but if ford will sell this model like hotcakes then what are we complaining about?

  • Hiluin

    FWD proportions. Terrible front and rear end. But this will sell for Ford, the Explorer name is strong.

  • Dude

    I had an immediately negative reaction the tablet in the middle. They literally did not try at all to integrate it. But Sync 3 is one of the best infotainment systems so I trust it to at least run well. And the interior looks good overall. And a RWD platform? This will probably be pretty good.

  • Knuckle Buck

    honestly it ticks all the Explorer stylin cues and i like it just fine. did not dig those chunky vests they were wearing tho lol

  • Honda NSX-R

    Center screen and front end are meh, everything else about it seems pretty good

  • Hot Twink

    I like most of what I see, with the exception of the tablet display. Integrated displays look better than those that simply look like someone rested a tablet on the dash.

  • Zandit75

    Hmmm, 90% of a good design, ruined by the flush grille that would look more at home on a security screen at a bank, and the ridiculous vertical infotainment screen. I’d like to see one of the Raptor grilles photoshopped onto this just for a comparison.

    • donald seymour

      You nailed it!

  • john1168

    This does not look good at all. The front looks like a bad, cheap copy of something else and I’m not liking those rear tail lights either. What is up with that giant vertical tablet on the center stack??? I think they got inspiration from Tesla but the Tesla looks well integrated where as with this, it looks like a complete afterthought. And the instrument cluster??? I hope it’s configurable so you can change how it looks. It has the mph number display with a speedo digital guage around it and no tachometer at all? And all that blank space on the sides? It’s gotta be configurable to change how it looks…right?

    OK, enough bashing. Underneath is where this vehicle will shine. Good engine. Good 10 speed transmission and REAR WHEEL DRIVE! That’s the good stuff:)

    To me this is a love/hate vehicle and I truly believe Ford held the interior and especially the exterior styling back so as not to steal sales away from the Lincoln Aviator. Too bad because this could have been an awesome vehicle for the money. Mechanically it should be great but visually, it’s terrible.

  • no25

    Oh wow. I hate that interior. And the whole thing looks like they took the current generation and squished it.

  • kachuks

    I’m expecting 12 clowns to come pouring out of that 1st Gen. It’s the best looking one, though.

    • Paul

      I have similar thoughts on the looks. They may be be old school compared to designs today but the first couple of them were the only ones that one could really do some modest for wheeling in. Going FWD screwed that.

  • ErnieB

    Not as bad as I thought but the interior is disappointing

  • Leconte Dave

    Ugly front

  • The exterior is a step-down from the previous generation and that interior looks awful. Couldn’t Ford allocate more cash to better integrate the infotainment system???

  • JTL2017

    This will surely sell. Like others, I’m not into the tablet display. However, I actually like the overall design. It still looks like an explorer and now that it’s RWD, it will be great mechanically. It’s not better looking than the aviator but then again it isn’t supposed to.

    • ErnieB

      The exterior is not bad, I am just scratching my head because I am not sure who approved that tablet.. it would have been better if it was horizontal or detachable.

  • ErnieB

    Props though for keeping real exhaust tips..

  • Thetruthísntalwayspopular

    Already look horribly dated

  • Yishay

    The brown leather seats are stunning

    • ErnieB

      Yeah those seats look much improved..


    the design is a step backwards

  • ErnieB
    • Jay

      You can only see the similarities in the door panels and wheel archs but they did a great job differentiating the two.

    • Maximilian Norlande Rabbitt

      Let’s be honest; Lincoln will be seeing a sudden increase in customers. *potential realization* Or was that the plan?

  • Able

    That front is disgusting!

    • Jay

      Just like the last generation. The first was the worst and the facelift made it a lot better. Hopefully they’ll clean it up nice in a few years for the facelift.

    • eb110americana

      At least it matches the back and the interior.

    OH WELL.

  • Dennis Scipio

    That Tablet-like display on the dashboard looks aftermarket. Though I think it will fare okay.

  • Navy Pier Morroccan ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    Looks like an ugly Land Rover with a Toyota-like front bumper!

    • Aiman Al Habib


  • Ruel Lewis

    The design is a complete let down. it looks like the predecessor of the past gen imo. They should of gotten the GT designers to design the new cars because its hard to believe those are the same designers that designed this.

  • Marwan Abdul Hak

    Interior specially that tablet looks so cheap.

  • BlackPegasus

    When the Hyundai Palisade looks better than you, it’s pretty bad.

    • Dude

      Wait but the Palisade looks really good as far as 3 row SUVs go. The best best one imo

    • MarketAndChurch

      The Palisade is a large midsize SUV trying to look like a large truck based SUV like the Tahoe or Expedition.

    • ErnieB

      The palisade has an a beautiful interior

  • eb110americana

    The profile isn’t too bad, but the rest of the design, inside and out, is disgusting. I a cannot fathom that people within Ford actually thought that releasing it looking this way was a good idea. I wonder if the Supra has what it takes to top this in repulsiveness.

  • Merc1

    That screen is ridiculous. They were looking at too many Teslas and Volvos.


    • Knotmyrealname

      Yes!! It’s like they were in a design review and someone said “we need a screen in the centre of the dash, like for example, if I just stick my iPad here” …… and that’s when the design was locked in.

    • ErnieB

      At least the Volvo integrated theirs well..

      • neemer5

        The problem is they put it ABOVE the line of sight, unlike Tesla and Volvo. There’s sort-of a capital T-zone that eyes follow in a car, and this is more of a “+” orientation. And it’s so narrow. I hope all Ford’s don’t go this route.

    • lagunas3ca

      Because they’re selling.

    • neemer5

      I’d imagine looking at this screen is like watching a Portrait-shot cell phone video on a TV, and that’s got to be annoying.

  • GobbleUp

    Ahhh, those cute little matching vests the two guys wore. So sweet.

    • Six Thousand Times

      Suits ready to take on the out of doors! “We’re adventurous!”

    • Knotmyrealname

      I’ve been to events like that. It’s so scripted and fake. Cringe-worthy.

  • Big Black Duck


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  • SteersUright

    The grille somewhat spoils and otherwise handsome design. Looks to be pretty majorly improved across the board. Hopefully the large-outside, tight-inside packaging has been corrected.

  • Bash

    I can live with that interior, but that exterior looks terrible and tacky to me. Maybe it’s one oh those cars that looks better in person than in pics, I don’t know.

  • Six_Tymes

    kind of weird all the hate here, looks OK to me inside and out. And good to know they were able to engineer it to be lighter than the previous. the only thing I dont like is the nav screen, BUT i can also understand why they did it, all the soccer moms are demanding this design with other brands

    • brn

      I’ve no problem with it. I’m also not the target customer for the Platinum trim. Would like to see what a closer to base trim looks like.

    • Mike anonymous

      I actually think that the design is actually accommodating for the Styling of the Lincoln Aviator.

      Typically Lincoln will take one of Fords products and utilize that vehicles (either chassis or entire-body depending on the model). Although it seems as though for the first time it’s actually the other way around.

      At least to me it seems that they designed and developed the Lincoln Aviator first, and then modified it (changing the interior and exterior-body panels) to fit and make this Ford product. (Usually it seems to be the other way around). I feel that is why certain elements simply seem elongated or out of place. But either way, I completely agree with your statement.

      • Stephen G

        Don’t be fooled, they were developed together. Releasing Aviator pics first just gives you the illusion. In the “good old days” a Lincoln may have been little more than a Ford with extra chrome and fancier wheels but I’m sure it’s more than that today regardless of release dates.

        • Mike anonymous

          Well yes they were of course developed together, BUT which one (my point) was the primary vehicle being developed. Generally they will be developed side by side, but it is typically the ford product that receives the priority within development, while Lincoln usually will get second priority (needing to fit and build their vehicle around a ford product, ) for the same vehicle.

          My point is that Lincoln (it seems) received the priority, for the first time likely this century (literally) during development on this vehicle.

          • Nordschleife

            And kudos for Lincoln they deserved to get top billing this time ?

          • Mike anonymous

            Absolutely, Agreed!. ??

  • Six Thousand Times

    Suburbanites, every one of your neighbours will have one of these!

  • schnittz

    Looks like a Kia! Fugly!

  • Nordschleife

    Now this just looks like someone stuck a tablet on the dash. Apologize to all the C-Classes and Mazda’s out there.

    • ZYGIUS

      phone, not a tablet?

    • Mike anonymous

      It’s just,.. so high up there.

  • MarketAndChurch

    It looks like they’re going after the Subaru, Toyota, and Honda crowd with this design. Not as bad as I thought it would be, but it’s definitely a missed opportunity to show the industry why it is (or now… ought to be) the segment leader. The only trim that looks good is the Platinum, all the rest will look cheap and ungainly. I hope it fails like the Camaro so that Ford will update that face with something better in 2 years.

  • Jason Panamera

    So Ford decides to stop making nice looking cars to make ugly looking suvs ?

  • rodriguez256

    I don’t mind it actually, I’d prefer some tweaks to the headlight/grill area though. I don’t mind the tablet trend, however I’m not a big fan of the style they went with on this one. I’d prefer the screen in more of a landscape orientation as opposed to the portrait layout they choose. I’m surprised they could go with less of a bezel as well and I’m sure CarPlay has to look a bit weird in portrait style.

  • Knotmyrealname

    There’s nothing fresh or adventurous in this design. It’s totally ‘meh’ (actually just a scaled up ‘meh’).
    Maybe that’s where Ford sees it’s target/existing customers to be at,so I seriously doubt this would attract any new customers. With the high warranties that the Koreans offer, what’s the key selling point of this model? Not it’s looks.

    • Mike anonymous

      This isn’t your average, everyday, “Meh”…. This is…. “Advanced Meh”.


    its a joke, right?

    • rover10

      No joke, that is one great car. The changes are evolutionary but considerably more refined and very much what the customer will be looking for. The whole vehicle from all angles looks good and professionally executed. Should be sold in Europe.

      • Matthijs

        The only one that should be sold here is the Mazda CX-9

      • Matteo Tommasi

        It’s already old, and they aren’t selling it yet

      • Thetruthísntalwayspopular

        The customer will be looking for a last gen kluger?

  • rockyroad

    Lighter weight. nice. tho not breaking any grounds, the strong stance and proportion are a welcome change (pic 14-15).

  • Bash

    Would be better if that screen can be hidden when not in use, it does look awkward sticking out or flouting like that. or yet even better, what if one can hide half of it and there is a button to extend it to the full size when needed.

    • Craig

      I absolutely agree. This is where the RAM really shines. [Once again] It has the only [?] BIG screen that actually looks like it belongs and not just glued on as an afterthought.

    • brn

      If I were to buy, I’d opt for the one with the smaller (or no) screen anyway. I have a fancy screen on one of my cars. I also have a newer car with a teeny (4 inch) screen. The first car has no advantage to me over the second.

      • Bash

        I see your point. Sometimes I also miss the ol-gol days when buttons were dominant. What can I say I love driving at nights and the “feel” those tiny lights from each button makes it very cozy to me. I’m not a fan of big huge touch screens in the cars. But also I like that -in my current car- I can control all the things from one screen!

    • metric

      The verticle 10.1″ screen will only be available as an option on the Platinum model.

    • Nordschleife

      Like the old CTS remember it was lower but rose out the dash when you needed to see the full screen. That would be one helluva lift for this screen.

      • Bash

        Yes, exactly. But Then after I made my original comment, I figured that it would be so fancy for a Ford to make a screen that way, a Lincoln maybe but not a Ford. You see what I’m saying?

        • Nordschleife

          I completely understand. That would serve as a feature to for Lincoln than Ford.

  • Mike anonymous

    “This Isn’t Your Average Everyday ‘Meh’…..”


    It took some time, effort, and lots of bodies, but I finally made this GIF. I had to utilize some extra animation and editing skills to get the mouth to match the words,.. amongst some other things.
    I think (depending on your own opinion) it applies to this vehicle here. Although, I get the feeling I’m going to be using this GIF a LOT more on “”this”” site.

  • RS6

    The explorer was…and still is on my short list for next car, but i really don’t like the Toyota Highlander-esque of it, really enjoyed the current (past) generation boxy aggressive front. Now it’s just a bit too rounded and bland.

  • charlotteharry57

    It’s kinda funny that Ford kills off sedans and then begins introing ugly and/or problematic SUVs. Uh oh. The Escape seen in camo is fugly and my problems with this are:
    1. Ford claims it’s popular with Millenials. Since WHEN do Millenials buy anything other than small or tiny vehicles to replace their scooters? Bunch of hogwash. Now, Gen X, I’d believe that. More lies from Ford. They’re getting good at it.
    2. BAD decision to go RWD. Forces those in cold climates to opt for AWD, which may price them out. All for the cops, which could backfire on Ford.
    3. That infotainment screen takes things WAY too far. It will block sightlines of shorter folks and is just unnecessary. First, we had competition for the biggest grilles, not it’s IT screens. Such stupid fun…
    4. Looks too similar to the current one. Will anyone even notice?

    • Stephen G

      I feel the same about the RWD. I do feel AWD and 4WD are mostly unnecessary. However I did drive several RWD vehicles (one leggers except for one) in winter conditions for 15 years of my life without issues. But I have to say I now prefer FWD. Will Ford lose sales because of the switch? I doubt it, most people don’t know or care about the difference. Selling feature these days seems to be the size of the screen.

  • mkole1964

    At least there is enough depth with the third row up to fit a pair of men’s boots!

  • Galaxium

    I am usually a big proponent of higher up, floating screens.

    This looks awful inside and out. Especially the upright tablet mount. That actually looks like it was poorly executed. Front end looks even more weird since the headlights don’t even match the grille.

  • Rocket

    I like it. I don’t even mind the grille. Its not great by any means, but at least it bucks the trend of eating up the entire front end. The tablet-like infotainment might not look pretty, but it appears to be functional. To me, that’s what matters. And then there’s the massive mechanical improvements, which puts this in a class of one among mainstream brands.

    • ErnieB

      I am with you here.. I bet it’ll look great IRL.. it might resemble the highlander but it’s so much nicer to me… maybe the XLT will have a smaller tablet .. that’s what I would get. The Sport with quad exhaust and RWD will be awesome!

  • erly5

    Lot of hatred for this design, but I don’t think it looks that bad. Seems like the usual modest update for a new generation vehicle these days although the previous one was slightly more distinctive.


    Sweet, it’s the new mustang!

  • Liam Paul

    Looks like the love child of a Ford Explorer and Toyota 4runner

  • getoffme

    Ugly. Something Hyundai would make.

    • DE32W

      Hyundai wouldn’t stoop this low.

  • nauticalone

    I like it. Surely an improvement over current and recent designs, all around!

  • OptixGuru

    Not sure if the pictures do it justice…so I’ll wait to make my final decision of whether or not I like it; but as of right now it looks an awful lot like Ford ripped off Toyota for their Highlander or 4Runner.

  • TheToadPrince..~~ToadSquad

    that screen in the interior is a distraction af. im not feeling this..i dont know why.

    • Stephen G

      I feel the same. I think it’s cuz we’re old. Seems gimmicky and unnecessary.

  • ErnieB

    Show us the Bronco already and we will forgive you ford..

  • Stephen G

    I wouldn’t say ” instantly recognizable.” but a good looking vehicle none the less.

  • Joe E

      weekend at Bernie’s

      • ErnieB


    • ErnieB

      He was equally shocked by the size of the infotainment screen!

    • Paul

      Good time for a nap here.

  • Maximilian Norlande Rabbitt

    O3O Wait, the tablet isn’t removable? I…am SO glad this was NOT in the Nautilus… That’s just plain ridonculous.

  • ErnieB

    The more I look at it the more i like it.. but ford needs to address the tablet.. either make it adjustable (horizontal and portrait abilities) or just make it smaller .. it looks really off.

    • Benjamin B.

      I don’t mind the floating tablet. Mazda does the same now in the CX-9. I really like the exterior styling in every color but white. It’s very conservative and obviously Ford didn’t want to offend anyone with the exterior. My first car was an second generation Explorer with the 4L Cologne V6. The new sixth generation doesn’t look all that different from previous generations. The fifth generation pre-facelift was far more controversially styled, which boldly showed off its Volvo XC90-based FWD unibody platform. Ford has said it benchmarked the 2-row Jeep Grand Cherokee and 3-row Dodge Durango, which are RWD unibody SUVs. Also there’s always Land Rover design in modern Ford and Lincoln SUVs.

    • it’s a bloody eye sore; a deal breaker for me

  • AnEmptyStreet

    It’s like the designers took the current Explorer and squished the rear greenhouse in photoshop, enlarged the butt, and then beat its face with an ugly stick. Voila!

  • GregoryH2

    It’s too bad that Ford could not afford to hire interior design engineers that, at minimum, had at least a little bit of common sense. Grade school students could have come up with a better design. How the “stuck-on iPad” idea got past the 2nd person at Ford to see it is indeed baffling. Essentially, the interior looks like it’s from the 1990s, with a modern iPad glued to the middle of the dash. Without question, this gets my automotive interior “eyesore of the year” award.

  • Astonman

    Yes but more importantly, did anyone noticed how short the length of the jeans on the guy on the left? Looks like he’s waiting for a flood.

    • Finkployd

      That s been a trend for about a year perhaps ? cropped and/or wide leg trousers

    • ErnieB

      It’s a European thing but doesn’t look right on him.. but it is a thing especially with slacks.. but you must sport nice shoes and socks.. he got it all wrong ..

  • Dennis James

    The interior is a big upgrade, but I like the Lincoln Aviator more, both on the exterior and on the interior. The interiors of both cars have finally been Europenized, more so in the Aviator. Good thing. Welcome to 2019, Detroit 🙂

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