A redesigned and redesigned Ford vehicle would soon be rolling and driving on the streets and highways. It’s the new Ford Expedition and will soon be out on the road next year, 2007. It’s made by Ford Motor Company. From 1997 to the present, this vehicle has been produced continuously. It replaced the place of the Ford Bronco when production of the Ford Bronco was stopped. The Ford Expedition comes as a full-size sport utility vehicle and has been designed to house four doors. The Ford U platform was used in the construction of this vehicle, so it is closely related to the Ford F 150 and the Lincoln Navigator. It has been said that this sport utility vehicle would compete with the Toyota Land Cruiser, Toyota Sequoia, GMC Yukon, Chevrolet Tahoe, and Chevrolet Suburban.
According to the most recent version of this vehicle, the 2007 Ford Expedition will now use a new platform which is the T1 platform. This platform is the same one used by the Ford F 150. Compared to the previous platform used by previous Ford Expeditions, this new one has ten percent more torsional stiffness. In addition, there will be a new independent rear suspension. The power of the sport utility vehicle will come from the 5.4 Triton V8 engine that could actually produce 300 horsepower and 365 pound-feet of torque. And it could also work well with the ability to tow about 9,100 pounds. This new and redesigned vehicle was unveiled to the public during the Houston Auto Show.
Ford Motor Company markets this SUV as a vehicle that would undoubtedly be prepared for any type of adventure and would take open roads. It is bigger, bolder and better compared to its ancestors. And yes, it has a more aggressive look that is equal to the power and functionality that it has. It also has a new, bolder grille. The look of the Ford Expedition is more chiseled, tough and muscular. However, this is the way Ford Motor Company wants this vehicle to look.