Ford has unveiled the redesigned 2023 ford explorer in China as the company’s new flagship model, with an improved exterior and a new huge screen inside. The sixth generation explorer, which made its debut in 2019, has received a significant makeover while being referred to as a new model on a Chinese website.
2023 ford explorer Exterior
From the side, the 2023 Explorer is easily recognized because of its carryover body panels. Everything else, however, has changed. The grille is substantially larger, and the new lead headlamps are joined by an LED strip up front. On the bonnet, the bumper intakes are also smaller, and an explorer logo is also present.
Looking at the exterior, A new set of LED tail lights have also been added to the back end. A chrome strip is positioned horizontally between them, and the reworked rear bumper now has a more noticeable skid plate and two exhaust pipes.
The explorer is 5063 millimetres longer than before due to the modified front and back ends.
2023 ford explorer interior
The biggest noticeable change within the cabin upon entry is a sizable 27-inch touchscreen. The screen stretches from the instrument cluster to the passenger side ventilation outlet, and it is different from the optional 10.1-inch Explorer interface.
In addition, the seats are wider and more comfortable, and the centre console and instrument panel have been updated. The new 2023 Ford Explorer also comes in opulent colour choices like ruby and black. It is obvious that the Chinese Explorer has a higher-end premium veneer than the one sold in the United States. It is marketed more as a family car with practical features.
Engine, Power, and Transmission
The 2023 Explorer is powered by a 2.3-litre Eco-boost turbo petrol engine. This engine is coupled with a 10-speed automatic transmission and an available all-wheel drive system. The engine’s highest power output is 272 horsepower, and its maximum torque is 425-newton meters.