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Martin Sander, leader of the Ford Model e in Europe, proffered up another, though diminutive, teaser video concerning the company’s impending all-electric vehicle, providing an allusion that it may utilize the Explorer name. This unveiling is slated for March, and the teaser video simply provides a splendid vista of the entire, aerodynamic wheel hubcap of the car.
The trending hashtag #ExploringReinvented has sparked discussion about the potential naming of a revised Ford Explorer. Going with their intention to shape an “icon for the modern world” Ford have already unveiled a battery-powered Mustang version, known as the Mach-E. Thus, fuelling the speculation.
As Ford is eager to differentiate the gas-powered Explorer from an electrically powered model, we anticipate the carmaker will revive the Explorer Sport moniker that vanished in 2019, substituted by the Ford Explorer ST.
Ford has formerly discussed the notion of forming sub-brands, including Ford Icon cars, which provides more evidence to the supposition that their fresh electric car may be named the Explorer. The company is likewise looking to introduce vehicles with a more “USA-style” into Europe, with the Mustang and Mustang Mach-E standing out as a priority; consequently, launching a three-row crossover appears to be an intelligent next move.
It seems to be a wise decision to free the Ford Icon names such as Mustang, Explorer, and Bronco across Europe; transitioning to electric power makes it more fitting since varying emissions regulations will no longer be an obstacle. The dissimilarities – and presumably why an electric Explorer model will first go on sale in Europe before the US – are due to discrepancies in safety requirements; comprising lighting and pedestrian protection measures that can often involve modifications to the car’s frontage.
Verification of the March 2023 launch of the new electric vehicle has been shown through video evidence, showing us that it will officially be available on the 21st.