For the first time, the Ford Explorer will be available with a hybrid drivetrain.
The 2020 Ford Explorer Hybrid will be powered by a 3.3-liter V6 engine connected to a 10-speed automatic and electric motor. Total system output is rated at 318 horsepower.
A 1.5-kilowatt hour lithium-ion battery pack is built into the chassis below the rear seats.
On a fully charged battery, the Explorer Hybrid is capable of pure electric motoring of speed up to 30 mph for 2 miles.
Ford expects the Explorer Hybrid to receive an EPA-estimated total range rating of more than 500 miles on rear-wheel-drive models.
The Explorer Hybrid comes standard with rear-wheel drive, but all-wheel drive is available as an option.
Tow capacity for the Explorer Hybrid is rated at 5,000 pounds.
Cargo space mirrors the normal models, with 18.2 cubic feet of room behind the third row and grows to 87.8 with both rows of rear seats folded.
Available in Limited Hybrid trim, it'll come with leather seats, navigation, a 14-speaker B&O premium audio setup and a wireless charge pad.
The 2020 Ford Explorer Hybrid will arrive in dealers this summer along with the rest of the new Explorer lineup.
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