Published pictures of the interior of the updated Ford ExpeditionNovember 5, 2020
Ahead of its debut, the 2022 Ford Expedition reveals a Mach-E styled interior.
The revamped Ford Expedition has been spotted on public roads again. This time, AutoTimesNews had spy photos at its disposal that show its new, technologically advanced interior with a limited amount of disguise. They confirm some details about the refreshed Ford truck, which is expected to be refreshed for the 2022 model year and will go into battle with the refreshed Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban from GM.
While the exterior camouflage indicates the Expedition will receive some updated exterior styling cues, the real news is the interior. Previous photos have given us a few hints of the huge vertical infotainment screen located in the front and middle of the Expedition’s dashboard.
But given the somewhat “combined” nature of early prototypes, it was unclear if this was really an integrated display or just some kind of diagnostic hardware. It’s pretty clear this time around that we’re looking at a new design that is heavily based on the Ford Mustang Mach-E electric vehicle.
The 2022 Expedition will largely carry over the Mach-E center console, which boasts a much larger, more dominant infotainment screen than anything current Fords like the Explorer have. The rest of the dashboard differs from the Mach-E, with the center pieces facing the screen rather than hovering in front of it.
Equally important, it signals a shift in Ford’s interior planning for the Expedition, which has traditionally largely adopted the dashboard design from the Ford F-150. This configuration is very different from the photos of the cockpit of the updated Ford pickup, which is due to debut later this year. The manufacturer obviously still has a lot of work to do on this interior, as even some of the panels are incomplete or missing entirely.
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