A prototype of the 2016 Ford Exlorer facelift has been caught on camera with less camouflage while undergoing testing in the United States.
The new Ford Explorer facelift benefits from a redesigned front end with a slimmer grille, narrow headlights as well as restyled fog lights. At the back, we noticed a revised bumper and new taillights.
Photos of the interior are not available yet, but the crossover may come equipped with a larger touchscreen display along with several other tweaks.
Although the technical details are still to be revealed, the facelifted Ford Explorer could be powered by a 2.3-litre EcoBoost engine also found in the 2015 Ford Mustang where it develops 310 hp and 230 lb-ft of torque.
This Ford Explorer facelift will probaby make a public appearance in the early 2015. The vehicle should go on sale a few months later, with pricing expected to range around $31,000. It will compete against Chevrolet Traverse and Dodge Durano on the market.
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