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2021 Ford Edge Gains New Carbonized Gray Metallic Color: First Look

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The 2021 Ford Edge adds two news colors to its roster: Lithium Gray and Carbonized Gray Metallic. Here’s our first look at the Carbonized Gray option.

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Assigned order code M7, Carbonized Gray Metallic is one of 11 colors available on the 2021 Edge.

The Carbonized Gray Metallic color is a no-cost option and is available throughout the entire lineup without any restrictions.

Ford Edge Trim Levels:

  • SE
  • SEL
  • ST-Line
  • Titanium
  • ST

Ford Edge Interior Color Combinations:

  • Ebony
  • Dune
  • Medium Soft Ceramic

2021 Ford Edge

2021 Ford Edge Timeline

As of this writing, the 2021 Edge is available at the retail level, as the Ford Oakville Assembly plant has been churning out the crossover for several months now. Availability varies, so check with your dealer for complete availability, especially given that the ongoing microchip shortage has impacted Ford Edge production, and may continue to do so in the future.

As Ford Authority previously reported, the 2021 model year Ford Edge received a light exterior refresh, along with a major tech upgrade in the form of a huge 12-inch touchscreen loaded with Sync 4, which is now standard on all models. Additionally, Ford significantly recalibrated the transmission in the Edge ST to better align with customer expectations.

Additionally, Ford will roll out a brand-new Outfitters cargo management system for the Edge later this year, which should offer active lifestyle customers more places to store their gear. Shoppers in the market for an Edge should note that incentives on the midsize utility have made the crossover quite the value player in the segment as of late.

We’ll have more on the 2021 Edge soon, so subscribe to Ford Authority for the latest Ford Edge news and continuous Ford news coverage.

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Comments

  1. Detroit Area Car Guy

    That rear end looks like it has already been in an accident and the body shop was not able to get all the panels fixed. So many lines…so so so many lines that are not cohesive to the vehicle design. They ruined the rear end. This was a nice looking SUV.

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  2. AladdinSane

    Speaking for myself the exterior colors are BORING!

    Reply
    1. Alex Luft

      Yet for most people, boring sells.

      Reply

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