Ford continues to do what has been successful in its home market by offering a total of eight trims

each of which is designed to highlight a certain personality. 

 For the adventurous kind, the Timberline adds black cladding and off-road upgrades

 while the top King Ranch takes inspiration from the executive board of the F-150. 

The ST-Line also makes a nod to the muscle car styling elements adopted by the performance ST grade.

 With a low dash, horizontal vents, and a clean central console, the interior is quite similar to previous Ford automobiles. 

The muscular Explorer's rear-wheel-drive haunches look to be leaning back, and a variety of engine choices complement the trim choices. 

The standard 300-hp turbo-4 is more than enough for family needs, while top trims provide a 400-hp turbo V-6 for those who need more power.