The sixth-generation Explorer shifts from a front-drive to a rear-drive architecture, with all-wheel drive available. With its new setup, the SUV achieves a wider stance and short overhang, promising better off-road capabilities and more room inside the cabin. For 2020, the Explorer offers a standard 2.3-liter turbocharged inline-four engine that makes 300 hp. That's up 10 hp from the previous model year, and it replaces a six-speed automatic with a new 10-speed automatic. Inside the cabin, new technologies abound. Along with a 12.3-inch digital cluster, there is an optional 10.1-inch capacitive screen (standard 8.0-inch screen) with an updated Sync 3 interface. Instead of a traditional gear stalk, you'll find a new rotary gear shifter, as well as an electronic parking brake.