As a new generation of the Ford Explorer comes in with the 2023 model year, there are significant improvements from bumper to bumper. For starters, the Explorer has a wider grille with new chrome accents, redesigned adaptive headlamps, and a new bumper with stylish edges. The rear taillights are also wider. Now available in eight trim levels, you will notice that the Explorer lettering is significantly wider than last year's model. The 7-passenger SUV is enhanced to include a wide range of new technological advancements in the auto industry.
The all-new Ford Escape will arrive in dealerships early next year. It has new features. One change is the addition of new ST-Line trims, which add a sporty look and feel to the Escape. It has new tech and safety features, including a 400-mile range per tank on the electric model. The best news of all is you can order your new Escape now. So don't wait - get your order in today!
Ford & SK On to Solidify Leadership in the Global Electric Vehicle Market Through BlueOval SK
During a ceremonial groundbreaking on Monday at the 1,500-acre site, officials announced that a $5.8 billion electric vehicle battery park by Ford Motor Co. and its Korean partner, SK Group, rose just off Interstate 65 in Hardin County. It is still on schedule to start producing vehicles in 2025.