Gray details in the Sport Appearance Package give the base 2021 Ford Explorer XLT a little bit more styling punch, but no extra performance.
The 2021 Ford Explorer XLT Sport Appearance Package has Carbonized Gray 20″ wheels, grille, skid plates and hood lettering, and two chrome exhaust tips.
The sixth generation (U625) Ford Explorer doesn’t look that different to the fifth generation (U502) facelift, but beyond the styling a lot has changed.
The 2020 Ford Explorer Hybrid has a 3.3L V6, 10-speed auto, lithium-ion battery, RWD or AWD, a total of 318hp (237kW), and a 500mi (805km) total range.
The 2020 Ford Explorer ST has a 3L twin-turbo V6 with 400hp (298kW) and 415 lb-ft (563Nm), a 10-speed auto, AWD, and 143mph (230km/h) top speed.
The 6th-gen Ford Explorer and 2nd-gen Lincoln Aviator both use a new RWD/AWD platform, but the FoMoCo has gone to great lengths to diffentiate the two cars.
Aside from the headlights and grille, it looks almost exactly like the fifth generation Ford Explorer, but it has an all new platform, and better interior.
The 1991 Ford Explorer was a Ranger based replacement for the Bronco II, the SUV has grown over the years. It shifted to a unibody chassis in 2011.
The 2020 Ford Explorer has a new RWD/AWD platform shared with the Lincoln Aviator, a 2.4L turbo I4 or 3.0L turbo V6, and a 10.1″ portrait touchscreen.
The 2020 Ford Explorer Police Interceptor Utility has a new RWD platform, standard 3.3L V6 hybrid, 10-speed and AWD, and optional 3.3L V6 or 3L turbo V6.