Over the years, the Ford Explorer SUV model has been a great competitor in its segment of the auto market and now it’s even about shine “brighter”. Yes, the American automaker, Ford has recently announced that it will soon begin to roll out an all-electric version of its Explorer SUV to meet the new green standard. The automaker revealed that the electric Ford Explorer SUV will be a part of its plan to have at least a 40% EV lineup before the end of 2030.
Expect an all-electric Explorer SUV model very soon – Ford
Apart from revealing that the electric version of the Explorer SUV model will be coming out soon, Ford also gave out some impressive information during its recent financial presentation. The automaker disclosed that it is currently working on new types of electric platforms that will basically support all-wheel-drive and rear-wheel-drive systems. The company revealed that one of the upcoming electric vehicle platforms will be used in its future rugged SUV models which the Bronco is definitely part of.
With this new information provided by Ford, it will be right to list out the automaker’s current EV lineup as including Ford Mustang Mach-E crossover, Ford E-Transit van, Ford F-150 Lightning and Ford Explorer electric (anticipated). This pretty much clarifies that the automaker is absolutely serious when it promised that 40% of its lineup will be EVs by 2030.
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If you wish to know more about the upcoming Ford Explorer electric SUV model, watch this expert report video below.
2022 Explorer EV: UPDATE LATEST ABOUT SUV ELECTRIC OF FORD!
Will the upcoming Ford Explorer electric SUV be able to match the design, power and overall performance of the regular fuel-powered model? Well, that is currently a tough question that can only be answered when more details of the electric model get released to the public.