Like other competitors within the same class, the next Ford Expedition for the 2015 model year will come with design updates in the grille ,front fascia, as well as the rear end. The early photos of the test prototypes also suggest similar things with the same slab sided proportions as the current model. The 2015 Ford Expedition Soon Available in Renton will also come with a new bumper, revised headlights, as well as new alloy wheel designs that range up to 22 inches. There will be a redrawn taillight with optional LED fog lights which round out the updates.
As for the power train, the 2015 Ford Expedition Soon Available in Renton will come available with a twin turbocharged 3.5-liter V6 engine. This will be good for 365 horsepower and 420 pounds per feet of torque. As you can see Ford is definitely not taking any chances when it comes to the power train. The new V6 configurations should make the hauler have no equal within its class and if you want more power, there is still a 5.0-liter V8 engine option. Both of the engine specs will be linked to a six-speed automatic transmission. Another possible engine spec is the new 10-speed automatic option, which is still in the testing phases. This will send even more power to the rear-wheels. All-wheel drive is also available upon request.
The prototype interior specs for the 2015 Ford Expedition Soon Available in Renton show the beginnings of a fresh cabin. There will also be a center stack complete with revised climate and audio controls. There will also be a larger display that will house the MyFord Touch infotainment system which will house the navigation, entertainment as well as the connection interface. A brand new mechanical load leveling rear suspension is going to replace the current air suspension cooling system. One could say the 2015 version of the Ford expedition will definitely provide comfort that the previous models did not.
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