The Timberline trim of the Explorer gets a few off-road goodies for better dirt performance.
The all-wheel drive system doesn't have low range or lockers, but a Torsen limited-slip rear differential is standard.
Under the hood you'll find Ford's 2.3-liter EcoBoost inline four-cylinder engine, good for 300 horsepower and 310 pound-feet of torque, mated to a 10-speed automatic transmission.
Upgraded shocks and front rebound springs should keep the ride fairly comfortable.
The 18-inch wheels are wrapped in Bridgestone Dueler 265/65 all-terrain tires.
Ground clearance is increased to 8.7 inches with 23.5 degrees of approach angle, 23.7 degrees departure angle and 18.9 degrees breakover angle.
Inside are standard rubber floor liners and easy-to-clean ActiveX-trimmed cloth seats with orange contrast stitching.
The heated front seats are badged with the Timberline logo and feature orange contrast stitching.
You'll also find unique interior trim colors and finishes that give the Timberline it's own design aesthetic.
Keep scrolling for more photos of the 2021 Ford Explorer Timberline.