Ford Explorer has gradually become the top choice in the luxury 7-seater SUV segment. The current version of Explorer owns many necessary upgrades to maintain the attraction of customers. Those are improvements in interior and exterior to bring more comfortable and luxurious experience.
In terms of exteriors, the new version of Ford Explorer has a new pair of headlights including LED-type near-illuminated lamps as standard equipment. Clamping between the pair of headlamps is a more compact grille than before with more modern meshes. The final highlight on the front of the car is a pair of LED fog lamps with a sleeker and more modern design than the previous C-type lamps.
The body part did not change much from the previous version. The car has a square design and looks great with straight lines throughout the body. This type of design is reminiscent of expensive Range Rover. The most obvious change in the body is the 20-inch wheels that are more luxurious than the old one. Similarly, the tail retains a square design with a bold American feel.
Entering the cabin, Ford applied a scientific, practical but equally luxurious layout to Explorer with decorative details as well as premium leather and wood materials. The space in 3 rows of seats is very wide for all 7 people with a height of 1m65 – 1m7 with full air-conditioning doors for the position on the car. All seating positions are leather-covered, legroom and the ceiling space is reasonably allocated for seven passengers. The top electric seats, inflatable backrests, and even three-level massage capability.
The dashboard area is shaped symmetrically and seamlessly, the modern center console with 8-inch touch screen runs Sync 3. The occupants can activate seat cooling/heating features for the driver’s seat and passenger seat next to them. The standard infotainment system from Ford is almost perfect with high-end Sony audio systems, DVD players, exclusive SYNC®3 systems with voice control capability, plus USB connection/Bluetooth and SD memory card.