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2022 Ford Expedition Gains New Forged Green Metallic Color: First Look

The 2022 Ford Expedition adds four colors to its roster: Dark Matter Metallic, Stone Blue Metallic, Infinite Blue Metallic, and Forged Green Metallic. Here’s our first look at the Forged Green option.

Assigned order code L9, Forged Green is one of nine available colors on the 2022 Expedition, which include:

  • Star White Metallic
  • Rapid Red Metallic
  • Iconic Silver Metallic
  • Agate Black Metallic
  • Oxford White
  • Infinite Blue Metallic (new for 2022)
  • Dark Matter Metallic (new for 2022)
  • Forged Green Metallic (new for 2022)
  • Stone Blue Metallic (new for 2022)

The new color is a no-cost option that is available on all trims. It can also be paired with every interior environment except for the Black Onyx with Mahogany colorway on the Limited trim level, as well as either of the two Stealth packages – Stealth Edition package and Stealth Performance Edition package.

2022 Ford Expedition Trim Levels:

  • XL STX
  • XLT
  • Timberline
  • Limited
  • King Ranch
  • Platinum

2022 Ford Expedition Interior Color Combinations:

  • Black Onyx with Sandstone
  • Black Onyx with Mahogany
  • Black Onyx
  • Java
  • Black Onyx with Light Sandstone
  • Black Onyx with Carmelo

The 2022 Expedition has been produced at the Ford Kentucky Truck plant since January 2022, but supply of the full-size SUV is extremely limited due to ongoing constraints within the supply chain.

Buyers interested in FoMoCo’s full-size three-row SUV should consult with their local dealers in regard to placing an order for models clad in the new Forged Green color.

Ford Authority has extensively covered the changes to the Expedition for the 2022 model year, which include a new, off-road-oriented Expedition Timberline (which was the first to show the new Forged Green Metallic color) and Stealth Edition Performance Package, as well as new front and rear fascias, and various improvements to the interior, such as the addition of a huge, vertically-oriented center screen.

In addition to these changes, The Blue Oval has also been temporarily removing some features from the Expedition with plans to install them once chip issues subside. Some of these include dropping Active Park Assist 2.0, offering a multicontour seat delete option, removing second-row climate controls and heated seats, as well as offering an auto stop/start removal option. In doing so, FoMoCo hopes to speed up the production process of the Expedition and help buyers receive their full-sized SUVs faster than without implementing these changes.

We’ll have more on the 2022 Expedition soon, so subscribe to Ford Authority for the latest Ford Expedition news and continuous Ford news coverage.

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