2020 Ford Expedition FX4 Ford adds its FX4 off-road package to the upscale 2020 Ford Expedition Limited for customers who want to travel further off the beaten path.

The Expedition Limited FX4 off-road package brings some off-road ruggedness and capability to the brand's seven-passenger SUV. There is nearly 20 percent of Expedition owners that use their machine for off-road adventures with 45 percent taking their SUV hunting, camping and fishing, according to MaritzCX market research.

FX4 comes with athletic 32-inch all-terrain tires on 18-inch metallic gray-painted cast-aluminum rims and premium off-road-tuned shocks. There are also seven underbody skid plates, including a new sand shield, steel plates and a full-length guard for the fuel tank. Additionally, a chin spoiler beneath the front bumper is shortened in order to improve the approach angles for climbing over steep obstacles. The Chrome-plated running bards with angular step bars add off-rad protection and passenger convenience.

In terms of drivetrain, new FX4 features a 374hp 3.5-liter EcoBoost power unit, mated to a 10-speed automatic gearbox and a two-speed electronically controlled four-wheel-drive transfer case with neutral towing capability. There's also an advanced Terrain Management System that adds still more off-road prowess by automatically selecting optimal power transfer and engine control in order to give drivers confidence out in the wild.

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Along with the enhanced performance rates, the vehicle comes with a 360-degree camera system with a split-view and premium leather-trimmed interior with rich wood accents and tons of handy features. For 2020, Expedition gets Ford Co-Pilot360 with a host of driver-assist technologies as Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking, Lane-Keeping System, Blind Spot Information System with Cross-Traffic Alert and a rearview camera.

New 2020 Expedition Limited FX4 is available for both the standard Expedition and extended-length Expedition MAX version.

Source: Ford