Ford has made just a few tweaks to the 2023 Edge. laid out by ford authoritySo, the two-row crossover sold in its current form in the US since 2015 hasn’t come close to a substantial upgrade for 2.5 years when it receives a new 12-inch infotainment touchscreen and Sync4A. The 2023 model revision is primarily reusability of features cut or replaced in 2022. The iconic silver honeycomb grille with a chrome grille surround returns to this year’s SE and SEL trims, as do the SEL’s bezel chrome fog lights. convenience package.
Perimeter alarms are a standard feature on Edge ST after it becomes an option in 2022. The SecuriCode Keyless Entry Keypad made its way across the lineup last year after making a last-ditch effort with an optional convenience package in certain trims. And the $650 ST Interior Look Package, which is currently available in top trim, includes leather seats with Miko inserts sewn in with Red and Raptor Blue accent stitching, holes with Lace Red and Raptor Blue stitching. Adds a perforated leather steering wheel, center console lid and ST logo. Plus special floor mats and door inserts.
Years of reports and rumors, as well as an agreement with the Canadian Automobile Union, indicate that Ford has discontinued the Edge after this model year, but the news on timing is yet to be confirmed. Edge is certainly going off the market as an internal combustion engine product, but Ford’s CEO Jim Farley speaking to analysts At the Q4 2022 earnings call. He said, “[We] Because Ford tried it with the ICE business. It really didn’t work out for us. We want to be active in the categories of commercial vehicles, trucks and heavy duty vehicles, which are our strengths. ”
But before making that point, Farley said that “two-row crossovers are becoming the core civic of the EV business,” so I wouldn’t be surprised to see some form of retaliation with batteries and electric motors. please don’t As a successor to the Lincoln Nautilus.