The tests captured the crossover Ford Explorer in the off-road version of FX4September 22, 2020
The Ford Explorer FX4 will be a slightly more off-road version of the mid-size crossover. These spy shots are our first look at this version of the car, which will be available for the 2021 SUV.
The seen crossover Ford Explorer in the FX4 version has a slightly different front end. False radiator grille differs from similar ones used in other versions of Explorer by the presence of many horizontal strips with holes between them. Unfortunately, camouflage does not allow for a good view of other design changes. However, changes to the front bumper seem likely.
This FX4 is equipped with black wheels with five pairs of double spokes.
Their design is similar to the standard Explorer discs except for the color. The textured black fender flares appear to protrude further than on the regular version of the car.
# code # There is a modified bumper in the back that seems to end up a little higher than the current Explorer. This appears to be an attempt to give the FX4 a better departure angle for better off-road performance.
The Expedition FX4 version features 32-inch all-terrain tires, off-road shock absorbers, seven under-car anti-slip plates, chrome footrests and an electronic limited slip differential. A 360-degree camera system is included as standard for better visibility.
Expect the FX4 off-road trim to be available for the 2021 Explorer version of the crossover. Although the exact time of the appearance of such an execution of the model on sale is still a mystery.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that the “charged” pickup Ford F-150 Raptor 2021 will be available in a new color. A photo has appeared on the Web, which shows sheets with flowers in which the bodies of new products from Ford will be painted. One of these pages shows a shade called “Code Orange”.
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