The Ford Explorer 2023 has been officially unveiled in China, with a number of interesting changes. The car will go on sale on August 24.The special front panel design is made in a U-shape and beehive, which varies according to options such as Trend, Titanium and ST-Line. The headlights are slim, accompanied by striped daytime running lights. Below that are the air intakes and fog lamps on either side, and even more cool is the L-shaped chrome. The taillights are C-shaped, LED, and long stripes with chrome trim in the center of the rear.In terms of cabin, the most impressive features are the 27-inch 4K entertainment screen that stretches across the dashboard and the 12.3-inch digital counter, as well as the head-up display.
The Ford Explorer 2023 uses a 2.3-liter turbocharged petrol engine producing 276bhp and 425 Nm of torque with a 10-speed automatic transmission. There are six driving modes: Road, Gravel, Grass, Snow, Rocks and Mountain.
As for safety, the 7-seater SUV features the next-generation Ford Co-Pilot360 system.