You might not be able to tell at first, but there are some slight tweaks to the front and rear fascia.

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The grille is new, as is the fog lamp assembly.

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The most powerful engine also receives four tailpipes.

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Five new wheel designs are available, as well.

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The 2018 Explorer now has an optional 4G LTE connection, with a Wi-Fi hotspot that can support up to 10 devices as far as 50 feet away from the vehicle.

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There's a new Safe and Smart Package that adds a truckload of active and passive safety systems.

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The Explorer's powertrains remain unchanged.

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The 2018 Ford Explorer goes on sale this fall. Like the current Explorer, it will be built at the Chicago Assembly Plant in Illinois.

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