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2020 Ford Explorer First Look

The best selling three-row crossover in America is getting some serious changes for 2019. First off, it’s going back to RWD like Explorers of yore. Second, it’s getting a brand-new hybrid system with honest-to-goodness towing ability over 5,000 pounds. Next there’s an available 365 horsepower model or a 400 horsepower ST trim with a track pack. Yes, a track pack in a Ford Explorer. The interior has become more premium (and controversial). The only downside? The cargo area is a bit smaller than 2019. This I can forgive.

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