Ford introduced the new-generation 2015 Ford Expedition last week at Dallas-Fort Worth Auto Show, and the biggest change is under the hood.
In fact, the 2015 Expedition will be powered by an EcoBoost engine to ensure that this big SUV will be cheaper when fueling-up. That being said, it’s still far from a Ford Fusion Hybrid.
The old 5.4-litre V8 engine will be replaced by a 3.5-litre direct injection V6 twin-turbo. The power and torque for this model have not yet been disclosed, but the engine will generate 365-horsepower and 420 lb-ft of torque on other models in the Ford range. The 2015 Ford Expedition will offer standard all-wheel drive, along with a 6-speed automatic transmission.
The regular and long wheelbase versions (MAX) will still be on the menu while each increase in length compared to the outgoing models. Ford has also promised new active safety technology, including adaptive cruise control and a blind spot monitoring.