2020 Ford Explorer Anechoic Chamber Preview

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Published on February 8, 2019 - Duration: 01:39s

2020 Ford Explorer Anechoic Chamber Preview

For SUV buyers seeking peace behind the wheel, the all-new Explorer introduces a dual-wall dashboard – a first-for-Ford innovation – combined with acoustic glass that helps create the quietest Explorer cabin ever; Active Noise Control, standard on the Explorer Limited Hybrid helps to further reduce ambient cabin noise Ford’s new driving dynamics lab allows engineers to test vehicle sound in different settings, including a semi-anechoic chamber with powered rollers to simulate road noise, and in temperatures ranging from minus 40 degrees to 140 degrees Fahrenheit to shrink and expand materials that may cause squeaks and rattles Completely recrafted, Explorer’s quieter cabin offers more space and technology versus the 2019 Explorer, including available 10.1-inch portrait-mounted touch screen with full-screen maps, plus traffic-sensing Ford Co-Pilot360™ driver-assist innovations that can help reduce stress, such as available reverse brake assist and Active Park Assist 2.0


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