Ford has recently pulled the wraps off the 2015 Expedition, ahead of its public debut which has been scheduled for DFW Auto Show, in Texas.
The 2015 Ford Expedition is not exactly a new model, but more like a facelift, which has received an aggressive front fascia, with its revised front grille and new headlights, with its modified rear end with a redesigned tailgate, chrome exhaust tips, optional LED fog light and the restyled wheels. Changes made to the cabin are limited and they include the revised instrument cluster with two LCD displays, the 10-speaker Sony audio system, the ambient LED lighting, Intelligent Access, MyFord Touch infotainment and others.
Ford says that the 2015 Expedition can be had in two versions, the standard model, which is getting a 3,022 mm (119 inch) wheelbase, or the Expedition EL, with a 3,327 mm (131 inch) wheelbase. All versions of the model are being powered by the same 3.5 liter EcoBoost V6 engine, but we actually have no clue on its specifications, because Ford declined to release them, for the moment. However, the unit is good for 370 HP (276 kW) and 582 Nm (430 lb-ft) of torque in the 2015 Lincoln Navigator. The engine in the updated Expedition will be mated to a 6-speed SelectShift automatic transmission.