Ford announced the 2021 Explorer SUV by King RanchFebruary 23, 2021
Ford Press Service has released a teaser for the 2021 Explorer King Ranch. The official debut of the Ford Explorer King Ranch will take place on January 24.
Ford is gearing up to unveil the King Ranch version for its full-size Explorer crossover, slated to debut on February 24. In January, we received “spy” photos of a more expensive version of the crossover, the automaker finally decided to show its long-awaited novelty in a teaser.
The head of the American brand, Jim Farley, published a short video on his page in social networks, which shows the King Ranch equipment logo – it is located on the front armrest of a full-size crossover. At the moment, there are very few details about the new product.
Tomorrow at 9:00 am ET, Ford will unveil its new crossover, which has been described as “rugged luxury at its finest.”
Spy photos of the new prototype taken in January confirmed that the 2021 Explorer King Ranch crossover will receive many exterior improvements, including larger badges, a new grille and new rims. The location of the four rear exhaust pipes hints at a slightly more powerful 3 0-liter V6 EcoBoost under the hood of the crossover.
The interior of the novelty will receive the typical improvements characteristic of the King Ranch version, which include in particular a huge amount of leather. The new equipment for the Explorer 2021 will sit between the existing Limited and the top-end Platinum. By the way, Ford is also developing another version for the Explorer 2021, which will be called Timberland and will be more focused on overcoming off-road.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that the Ford “froze” its Indian projects with Mahindra. The American automaker is about to unveil a new business strategy in India, so all current joint projects with Mahindra & Mahindra will be put on hold.
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