Ford took the wraps off of the all-new 2020 Explorer, revealing the biggest changes to the popular SUV in almost a decade. Sharing a new platform architecture with the Lincoln Aviator, the Explorer is back to its roots with a more truck-like rear-wheel-drive layout. Along with the new chassis, the Explorer is also getting a performance-oriented ST edition. The Explorer ST gets Ford's 3 liter, 400 horsepower EcoBoost V6 engine, along with a host of chassis upgrades that aim directly for the likes of BMW and Land Rover in performance. Two options are available for the ST — an ST Street Pack and an ST Track Pack. Both come with 21-inch aluminum wheels, bigger brakes, and red brake calipers, and driver-selectable modes for tighter steering and stiffer suspension settings. A new 10-speed automatic is standard across the range. The new Explorer will be available later in 2019.