The Ford team showed off an all-new 2021 Explorer model at the Detroit Auto Show to give us a look at what this highly respected nameplate is going to offer for the future. Not only will the new Explorer give us the benefit of an excellent standard model that we’re sure to love, but there are versions of this SUV that will meet all desires for driving on the road. This means we’re going to see a high-powered performance model and a hybrid version that can save fuel to offer the range of choices you’ll want to experience.
Built Right for Your Drive
The 2021 model year will mark the beginning of the sixth generation for the Ford Explorer. This impressive family SUV rides on a brand new platform and gives you a standard layout of RWD or the option of AWD to give you the drive you’re looking for. Additionally, the Explorer promises to give you more interior room, more amenities, modern features, and refinement that you don’t expect in a mainstream SUV. You’ll be happy to get behind the wheel of this impressive SUV when it’s time to head out for a drive.
The Qualities of the 2021 Ford Explorer ST
The new Ford Explorer ST is the track version of this SUV that gives you its own unique style with a black grille, special liftgate trim, and new sill plates. You’ll have the power you want from the 3.0-liter EcoBoost V6 engine that makes 400 horsepower and 415 lb.-ft. of torque while using a ten-speed automatic transmission for the shifting. This version of the Explorer also gives you standard 4WD and two special option groups which are the Street Pack and the Track Pack both of which comes with 21-inch wheels, larger brakes, and red brake calipers.
Is the Hybrid Model Right for You?
The Ford Explorer Hybrid brings you a 3.3-liter V6 that has several electronic aids to give you 318 horsepower and the ability to have the efficiency you’re looking for. Other aspects of the powertrain for the Hybrid model include a ten-speed modular transmission and a specially designed liquid-cooled lithium-ion battery pack to help you have even more fuel mileage on the road. This battery pack is mounted under the second row of seats to make sure it doesn’t affect the cargo or passenger space of this version of the Ford Explorer. This SUV is expected to offer you more than 500 miles of range between fill-up, giving you plenty of driving for your adventures.
Which Version of the 2021 Ford Explorer is Right for You?
The ST and Hybrid models will join the already impressive lineup of the Ford Explorer which currently includes the base, XLT, Limited, and Platinum trims. The new version of the Explorer will be built in Chicago, IL, and will be on sale in the summer to give you an excellent new SUV to drive. Choose the right Explorer model for you and start exploring the world around you with this impressive vehicle. Test-drive one today at your local Ford dealer.