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2025 Ford Expedition Front End Spotted For First Time: Pics

Over the past year or so, Ford Authority has spotted multiple 2025 Ford Expedition prototypes out testing, but all of those SUVs were clad in heavy camo, concealing most of the soon-to-be-refreshed model’s exterior styling updates. This is to be expected, of course, as prototypes typically shed camo over time, revealing those updates slowly, and now, that’s precisely the case with this newly-spotted 2025 Ford Expedition prototype.

Here, we have our very first look at the newly revised front end design present on the 2025 Ford Expedition, which is actually quite a bit different than the current model. In fact, it’s more in line with the design present on the refreshed 2024 Ford F-150, as expected, which makes sense given the fact that the full-size SUV shares a platform and some mechanical bits with that pickup.

The new grille is curved along the bottom sides, finished in black in this case, and flanked by new headlights with slim LED signatures. A Blue Oval badge lies front and center, and is on top of a bar that spans the entire width of the grille – and intersects the headlights as well. However, those aren’t the only major changes present on this prototype, as it’s also wearing a large set of wheels as well. As Ford Authority recently reported, the 2025 Ford Expedition is expected to add a 24-inch wheel option to the lineup, and these look very similar to a previously-spotted design.

Out back, we can see a pair of new taillights, but not much else, given the presence of heavy camo on the liftgate. As Ford Authority previously reported, the refreshed SUV is expected to take on more of a Range Rover-like aesthetic, however.

In these photos, we also get a better look at the revamped interior design of the 2025 Ford Expedition, which features new vents and a curved design, as well as a screen that’s similar to the 13.2-inch touchscreen present in the refreshed 2025 Ford Explorer, though it seems to be running SYNC 4 in this case. Otherwise, the interior design looks pretty similar to the 2025 Explorer’s, and we expect to see much more of it – as well as the exterior of the refreshed 2025 Ford Expedition – in the coming weeks.

We’ll have more on the 2025 Ford Expedition soon, so subscribe to Ford Authority for the latest Ford Expedition news, and for continuous Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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Comments

  1. Smitty

    Nice refresh Ford!! Looks good..

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  2. Fordfan

    I like it! Looks better than the current front end. Wish they didn’t do away with all the buttons in the interior though.

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  3. Kevin

    This wrap around lights look like a generic copy of Chevrolet/gmc. Ford needs done young blood in their design looks more like geriatric

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    1. Leo

      Woah it was 4 wheels and a steering wheel, just like GM!

      Reply
  4. Marlene

    It does look like it is running Ford Digital Experience, not Sync4 actually. The icons used in the vertical navigation are the same as the 2024 Lincoln Nautilus, so the 4th icon in the menu suggests the possibility there is a coast-to-coast screen and you can customize your display over there. The screen is showing Android Auto connected but this new system allows installing apps directly to the car. From a technological perspective, this is exciting!

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  5. Z71surgeon

    Looks good! Looks more like a GMC Yukon than the real ‘25 Yukon does.

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  6. Shelbykl

    I like the front end but those 24 inch wheels are stupid and have no benefit to the ride other than making it worst.

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  7. Dustin

    Looks like cheap reflector headlamps and they removed the amber rear signals, as well as buttons and knobs inside. Another downgraded refresh from Ford.

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