New details about the “charged” Ford Explorer ST 2021August 2, 2020
Thanks to the auto publication, we managed to find out about the high-performance crossover Ford Explorer ST 2021 model year. Serial production of new items will start in September this year.
The sporty version of the 2021 Ford Explorer ST crossover will receive glossy interior trim accents in various places, including the doors, according to reports from the foreign publication Ford Authority.
In fact, the “charged” version of the new Ford Explorer ST in the 2021 model year will receive only a slight interior improvement over the 2020 model.
The upgrades mentioned above are intended to complement the Ford Explorer ST’s exterior styling, which is accentuated by a glossy black finish. We should also mention the black rims, which look great on a massive crossover. The sporty styling of the car also matches the sporty character of the new Explorer ST itself, thanks to its powerful 3.0-liter EcoBoost V6 engine producing over 400 hp.
The Ford Authority also reports that series production of the 2021 Explorer will begin on September 21, 2020 at Ford’s Chicago assembly plant, alongside the more luxurious Lincoln Aviator.
The aforementioned aesthetic upgrades will also be available for the XLT mid-size Explorer with an additional Sport Appearance package.
Other updates for the 2021 supercharged crossover have not yet been disclosed, but we expect Ford to provide more details on its new product shortly.
Not so long ago, we wrote that journalists captured a mysterious 3-row Ford SUV. A mysterious prototype of Ford’s new SUV has been spotted on tests. The prototype, whose body was heavily camouflaged, was spotted near the city of Dearborn (USA), where the Ford test site is located.
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