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News 2021 Ford Edge Gets Much-Needed Interior Upgrades

2021 Ford Edge Gets Much-Needed Interior Upgrades

For the 2021 model year, the Ford Edge’s cabin is spruced up with extra tech and feature


  • Ford’s SYNC 4 is now standard.

  • As is a segment-leading 12-inch touchscreen display.

  • Ford Co-Pilot360 driver-assist features are also standard.


The Ford Edge has done well for the Blue Oval over the years. The midsize SUV brought refinement and versatility to the segment however, despite featuring a fair amount of technology, large portions of its interior design were lacking. For 2021, Ford addresses this shortcoming in a grandiose way.

For 2021, all Ford Edge SUVs will be fitted with a standard 12-inch touchscreen display, the largest in the segment. What’s more, it will feature connected built-in navigation and cloud connectivity with conversational voice recognition capabilities. And Ford’s not done as the ’21 Edge will also be delivered with SYNC 4.

2021 Ford Edge | Photo: Ford

“Ford Edge is the choice for tech-savvy customers on the go,” said Angela Cascaden, Edge marketing manager. “It offers standard Ford Co-Pilot360 technologies with driver-assist features. And with SYNC 4A with over-the-air updates, customers can get the latest tech and services from Ford at any time – no dealership visit required.”

Wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity will also be part of the package, as will cloud connectivity combines conversational voice recognition with the power of internet-based search results.

2021 Ford Edge will be offered with a new wheel lineup that includes nine different designs, for that extra dose of customization. New interior and exterior colours will also be available including a Ceramic interior option and Carbonized Gray and Lithium Gray exterior hues.

2021 Ford Edge | Photo: Ford

2021 Ford Edge | Photo: Ford

2021 Ford Edge | Photo: Ford

2021 Ford Edge | Photo: Ford

2021 Ford Edge | Photo: Ford

2021 Ford Edge | Photo: Ford

 

 

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