Ford teases Explorer in pic of new crossover's chief engineer
Will it work? Our crystal ball is currently on the fritz, but we can say with certainty (because it's obvious) that the next Explorer's success will be closely tied to its abilities. And that we won't know that until we get our grubby mitts on an example to test, which isn't likely to happen for another few months.
Until then, all we have are spy shots and this one lone teaser image that shows a portion of the next-gen Explorer's hood, which is a clamshell design similar to the latest Range Rover's. See for yourself (look to the right). That's Jim Holland, chief engineer for the redesigned Ford Explorer and formerly of Land Rover, where he worked in a similar capacity on the redesigned 2002 Range Rover.
[Source: Detroit Free Press]
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