All-Electric Ford Explorer SUV Revealed For European Market | V3Cars
Around the side, the electric Explorer offers dual-tone machined alloy wheels and a blacked out glasshouse — giving it a flowing design.
The only intrusion by today’s EV standards is the presence of conventional door handles,
which jut out quite a bit when compared to the flush-fitting door handles seen on modern day EVs.
At the rear, the Explorer gets C-shaped LED tail lights along with a black applique that connects the tail lights.
The first thing that will attract your attention once you make your way into the new Explorer is the vertically-stacked, 14.6-inch touchscreen infotainment system.
The system runs on Ford’s latest SYNC move OS, which supports wireless connectivity for Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.
Just 13 of the Ford hybrids, also model years 2020 to 2022, were recalled in the U.S., likely from government agencies or Ford itself.