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2022 Ford Expedition To Get Tech Updates Before Redesign In 2024

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As Ford Authority has reported extensively over the last several months, the 2022 Ford Expedition is expected to receive a mid-cycle refresh consisting of some exterior styling tweaks, the same 15.5-inch infotainment screen as the Ford Mustang Mach-E and Ford F-150 Lightning, various other interior upgrades borrowed from the Ford F-150, and the addition of a more off-road-focused Timberline model similar to the Ford Explorer Timberline. Now, Automotive News is reporting that the 2022 Ford Expedition will also receive a host of tech upgrades as well.

According to the report, the 2022 Expedition will boast over-the-air update capability, like the F-150 and Mach-E, as well as SYNC 4, Ford’s BlueCruise hands-free highway driving feature, and the addition of the rugged Expedition Timberline. AN is also reporting that the Expedition will undergo a more extensive redesign in 2024, when it will add a hybrid option, perhaps the F-150’s 3.5L PowerBoost V6.

These updates are also in line with those from the recently-revealed 2022 Lincoln  Navigator, which shares the Ford T3 Platform with the Expedition and is built alongside it at the Ford Kentucky Truck Plant. In addition to revised front and rear fascias, the 2022 Navigator features a new and larger 13.2-inch infotainment screen with SYNC 4, as well as a 12-inch digital gauge cluster and a handful of other changes.

The 2022 Navigator will also be the first Lincoln vehicle to offer ActiveGlide – the brand’s hands-free highway driving technology that combines Intelligent Active Cruise Control with Speed Sign Recognition and Lane Centering, which Ford Authority was the first to report back in May. The 2022 Navigator is powered exclusively by Ford’s twin-turbo 3.5L EcoBoost V6, which is rated to produce 440 horsepower and 510 pound-feet of torque and is mated to a 10-speed automatic transmission.

We’ll have much more on the 2022 Ford Expedition soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Expedition news and around-the-clock Ford news coverage.

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Comments

  1. Jack

    Disappointing. The powerboost hybrid would’ve been really nice since all that power and torque for towing and with gas prices going up would’ve easily stolen a lot of GM customers paving the path for the Wagoneer to be the first one to release a 4XE version and further dominating the market. At this point I’d much rather buy the Wagoneer since the Yukon and Tahoe/Suburban are just full out GM unreliable trash and the Wagoneer’s 8 speed is actually reliable and just offers so much more than the Expedition which offers more than the Yukon and the Wagoneer just has a more timeless design where as that stupid iPad screen from the Mach E is the complete opposite of tasteful and timeless. They should’ve just went with the layout from the Bronco and F-150.

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  2. Roy Chile’s

    FORD and LINCOLN should have offered EcoBoost, PowerBoost and EV for both models in 2022. All the focus is on the F150 no engine options for the full size SUVs

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