Five things you need to know about the Ford Explorer 2019

In 2019, Ford will release the Ford Expedition, a five-door hatchback that will be the first all-electric vehicle on the market.

It’ll be powered by an electric motor and the first plug-in hybrid to go on sale in the UK.

The company is also launching its EcoSport, a three-seat SUV.

It’s a big step up from the previous Expedition, which was the first to be offered in the US.

Ford says the new car will have a range of up to 60 miles on the highway, but we haven’t had a chance to test it yet.

Explorer 2019 specs, price and release date The Ford Explorer 2018 will go on the road in 2021, and the Explorer 2019 will follow that, with a price tag of around £21,900 ($28,700). 

The 2018 model has a 0-62mph time of 4.7 seconds and a top speed of 200mph (320km/h). 

Ford says it will have more electric-powered models, including a plug-up version, in the future, including the new EcoSport SUV, which will be unveiled in 2019.

It will have four electric motors and the company says the EcoSport will be more efficient than the previous model.

The 2018 and 2019 Explorer models will be available with an electric-electric hybrid, but Ford hasn’t released a pricing list.

We haven’t heard a lot about the new version yet, though it’s likely to be significantly less expensive than the 2018 model. 

The 2019 Explorer will be priced at around £22,500 ($28) with a range that will go up to 65 miles.

It is the first electric-fueled car on the roads, but the price is likely to rise in future models.

Ford has said that the new electric vehicle will be an all-wheel-drive vehicle, meaning it can go on roads at speeds up to 150mph.

It should have a good range and should also be able to go over rough roads.

A full-size Explorer 2020 SUV will be released in 2021.

Ford has said it will sell the SUV in 2019, but it won’t be a full-sized model.

The 2018 Explorer and 2019 SUV will not be offered at launch.

Porsche will launch the Porsche 918 Spyder in 2021 The new Porsche 911 will go into production in 2021 in what will be Porsche’s first electric vehicle.

The new Porsche 917 will be a crossover vehicle, and will be sold in two versions.

The 917 Sport, which is based on the 917 Spyder, will have electric motors, while the 918 Turbo will be powered from the batteries in the rear seats.

Porsche will sell its new cars in three sizes: the compact 917, the big model 918 and the big Turbo. 

A Porsche 919 will go onto the roads in 2021 Porsche says that the 919 Sport will be introduced in 2021 and will have an all electric drivetrain.

It also says the 939 Turbo, which has electric motors in the front seats, will go to production in 2022. 

 The 919 Spyder is based off of the Porsche 911 911 Spyder and will offer an all new look.

It comes with a new nose, a new hood, new front fascia and a new grille.

The interior of the new model will be redesigned, and it will also feature a new instrument cluster.

Porsche is also making a limited edition 911 for the 2017-2019 model year.

Panasonic is launching the new Panasonic J1 compact in 2021 The new Panasonic LQ1 will be based on a 9-cylinder engine, and features a new rear wheel drive system.

It has a range between 10 and 13 miles on a single charge. 

Panasonic will also launch the new LQ2 compact in 2022, with the new engine, a 7-cylile V6, and an electric drive system coming to the car in 2022 as well. 

Mazda is introducing a new electric car in 2021 Mazda will debut the new Mazda MX-5, which features a 1.6-liter diesel engine, an electric transmission, and four electric motor options. 

Miata is introducing the new Miata S in 2021