2025 Ford Explorer

2025 Ford Explorer

2025 Ford Explorer

2025 Ford Explorer

2025 Ford Explorer

2025 Ford Explorer

2025 Ford Explorer

2025 Ford Explorer

2025 Ford Explorer

2025 Ford Explorer

2025 Ford Explorer

2025 Ford Explorer

2025 Ford Explorer

The adventure continues. Ford Explorer® - America's alltime best-selling SUV - sets a new standard again with an updated lineup of models, all featuring a redesigned interior, advanced new technology and bolder exterior styling to create Ford's best Explorer yet.

For more than three decades, Explorer has helped define SUV comfort, performance and functionality. The new 2025 Explorer lineup - from well-equipped Active to stylish ST-Line to high-performance ST and top-of-the-line Platinum - continues that legacy with a more refined cabin that features sophisticated new color, texture and material choices, and introduces the new Ford Digital Experience infotainment system.

And for the first time, Explorer drivers who opt for ST-Line, ST and Platinum models can enjoy the convenience of Ford BlueCruise hands-free highway driving.

"For nearly 35 years, families have chosen the Ford Explorer, making it America's all-time bestselling SUV. We have refined almost every part of the new Explorer - focusing on a redesigned interior, additional technology like BlueCruise hands-free highway driving and special editions like the 400 horsepower Explorer ST. It's the right combination of delivering what the next generation of customers want and love in a large SUV," said Andrew Frick, president, Ford Blue.

A New Level of Explorer Comfort

The redesigned interior catches the eye with fine details, surfaces and colors, including new wrap-and-stitch soft-touch surfaces on the center console, door panels and redesigned dashboard, and available ActiveX® durable and premium synthetic seating material. Silver mesh accents further the premium feel of the updated interior.

The dashboard has been pushed forward to give front-row passengers a more open and spacious cabin. An integrated tray below the touchscreen houses an available wireless phone charging pad and there are USB connections to charge mobile devices in all three rows.

"The new Explorer starts with a great foundation. Customers told us they love the way it drives and the choice of rear-wheel and all-wheel drive. So, we focused on improving other areas including redesigning the interior with new materials, textures and colors to make sitting inside Explorer as enjoyable as driving one," said Kelley Clark, Explorer chief engineer.

Color Your Adventures

Standard on Platinum and ST, and available on ST-Line, Explorer customers can choose from seven ambient lighting options: Ice Blue, Orange, Soft Blue, Red, Green, Blue and Purple.

Elevate Your Driving Experience

Explorer is the first Ford vehicle to include the new Ford Digital Experience, which allows customers to access their digital life inside the car. It is designed to allow greater connection and personalization for our customers through profiles, content and apps, helping make time behind the wheel more enjoyable, even when parked.

The displays on the 13.2-inch touchscreen allow for easy control, and integration with Google Maps allows navigation screens to be displayed on both the touchscreen and the 12.3-inch digital cluster.

Designed to prioritize the use of voice, Google Assistant serves as the default voice assistant and Alexa Built-In is also available as an alternative for in-vehicle controls including to set invehicle temperature, search information, find and set a destination and request a specific broadcast or satellite radio station. It can also help with making calls, sending texts, setting a meeting, and controlling connected home devices.

Customers can enjoy streaming music, audiobooks and podcasts using entertainment apps downloaded on Google Play, including Spotify, Amazon Music, Audible, and iHeartRadio, as well as embedded SiriusXM with 360L for a personalized listening experience so they are always available in the vehicle, regardless of whether a smartphone is connected in the vehicle.

The Ford Digital Experience platform is designed to enable more apps and services in the future and help make the vehicle better over time thanks to over-the-air software update capability, available for the first time to Explorer owners.

Plus, 5G wireless technology brings incredibly fast connectivity and, with a Ford Premium Connectivity plan, it will provide the best possible in-vehicle experience. Customers also have the option to activate a Wi-Fi hot spot that gives Internet access to up to 10 mobile devices.

Hands-Free Highway Driving

Select trims of the new Explorer are equipped with Ford BlueCruise hardware, enabling handsfree highway driving that helps make long road trips or navigating stop-and-go traffic easier and more enjoyable. The system includes features such as Lane Change Assist, allowing a driver to switch lanes hands-free with a tap of the turn signal when the path is clear, and In-Lane Repositioning, which helps provide more space by subtly shifting away from vehicles in adjacent lanes. With BlueCruise assisting with the braking, accelerating and steering, it helps reduce some of the stress of driving, allowing you to arrive more energized and refreshed at your destination.

New Explorer customers with BlueCruise-equipped vehicles can choose to activate a Connected Services plan at the time of vehicle purchase for one year or experience hands-free highway driving with a complimentary 90-day trial. At the end of the trial, customers have the flexibility to activate annually or monthly, based on their needs.

New Face of Exploration

For 2025, the new Explorer boasts a bolder appearance and stance, with options that allow Explorer owners to further personalize their ride. Uniquely styled front ends include a larger grille, sleeker all-LED headlamps, front skid plate and lower, wider air curtains that help lower the vehicle's visual center of gravity.

Further enhancing the look, there's a new black-painted roof option for Platinum, ST and ST-Line.

The updated liftgate maintains the premium appearance, with LED taillamps extending from the vehicle's corners onto a horizontal nameplate appliqué that stretches across the liftgate.

ST Back for More Thrills

Engineered by Ford Performance, the special edition Explorer ST continues as the most powerful and fun-to-drive Explorer ever with new options. Powered by a specially tuned 3.0-liter EcoBoost® engine that produces 400 horsepower and 415 lb.-ft. of torque, Explorer ST comes standard as a rear-wheel-drive performance SUV. Four-wheel drive is available.

Every Explorer ST and ST-Line customer is eligible to attend the complimentary Ford Performance Racing School's ST Driving Experience, where they will learn how to get the most out of their Explorer ST. Customers can select the location of their choice - Park City, Utah or Asheville, North Carolina.

There's also an available Explorer ST-Line special edition for customers who prefer standout ST styling without the need for Ford Performance driving dynamics.

New for this year is Vapor Blue Metallic paint, available on ST, as well as ST-Line and Active models. Other new options for Explorer ST customers include a black-painted roof and new 21- inch Magnetite-painted aluminum wheels.

The new Ford Explorer starts at MSRP of $41,220, including destination and delivery charges. Vehicles are expected to start arriving in dealerships in the second quarter of 2024.

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