Probably the highest trim level will have both front/side cam view and frontal park assist, front sensors are currently available as an add on kit, I dont think they show up on the MFT screen though.parktronic is seen facing forward, its a must for such a big SUV, current one has only side-facing.
It will have the new Enhanced Park Assist system with forward facing 180 degree camera.Probably the highest trim level will have both front/side cam view and frontal park assist, front sensors are currently available as an add on kit, I dont think they show up on the MFT screen though.
New Escalade has a feature called "360 view" ?,
the trend for any elite trim pkg for large SUVs is front, side, and rear cam view.
They're wrong on both counts regarding the engines. The 2.0L is gone and it will not get the 2.7L.Here is another article I found. Getting interesting..
They are not dead on, I have seen prototype.The Top Gear pictures look dead on accurate to me. The new Explorer looks very aggressive but it just keeps making me think of a Hyundai or Kia for some reason.
It looks like the Hyundai Santa Fe.
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