The Ford Explorer is getting more offroad-ready with the Timberline package, adding new features for better capability when the going gets tough. The electronic four-wheel-drive remains unchanged, but a new Torsen limited-slip rear differential helps keep the Explorer moving in low-traction situations. Ride height is raised 0.8 inches, with Timberline-exclusive springs and rollbars tuned for the increased height. New front and rear fascias improve the approach angle to 23.5 degrees and departure angle of 23.7 degrees, with a ground clearance of 8.7 inches. Under the hood is the 2.5-liter Ecoboost four making 300 horsepower, while black exterior accents, Red Ember tow hooks, and a Carbonized Grey grille set it off from other Explorers. The Explorer Timberline will arrive at dealers in Summer 2021.