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  Ford Explorer SportTrac Concept
 

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Country of origin:United States
Produced in:2005
Introduced at:2005 NAIAS
Source:Company press release
Last updated:January 04, 2005
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Click here to download printer friendly versionThe Ford Explorer Sport Trac concept delivers more of everything that helped the original sport utility truck launch one of the fastest growing segments in the industry. With a wider and longer stance and improved power, this concept offers even more versatility and flexibility than today's Explorer Sport Trac. It also comes equipped with Ford's exclusive Roll Stability Control - the only roll-motion and roll-rate sensing technology available on the market today.

Ford invented the sport utility truck in 2001, bringing to market the Explorer Sport Trac - the first sport utility vehicle with the versatility of four full doors, a roomy feature-filled interior and a pickup truck's cargo box. Versatility is central to Explorer Sport Trac's sales success. Today's Explorer Sport Trac is the only vehicle in its segment to offer a durable color-coordinated cargo box and an available swing-over tubular bed extender that dramatically increases its capability to haul oversized cargo. The Explorer Sport Trac concept's interior is larger and the cargo bed is about 30 percent bigger than today's model for increased cargo capacity.

The Explorer Sport Trac concept takes the vehicle to a new level - lower than ever for a mean, street look. Riding on massive 21-inch, 10-spoke aluminium wheels with a gunmetal finish and custom Goodyear tires, the Explorer Sport Trac concept delivers an improved ride thanks to a new independent rear suspension.

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