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2020 Ford Explorer revealed, not for Oz.
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10th Jan 2019
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2020 Ford Explorer revealed, not for Oz.

Ford has revealed the all-new 2020 Explorer, ahead of a North American on-sale date in mid-2019. The Blue Oval says the three-row SUV has been "redesigned from the ground up", underpinned by a new rear-wheel drive architecture shared with the recently-revealed Lincoln Aviator.
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2019 Lincoln Aviator headed to Los Angeles
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7th Nov 2018
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2019 Lincoln Aviator headed to Los Angeles

American luxury marque Lincoln is expected to reveal the production version of its 2019 Aviator hybrid SUV at the Los Angeles motor show later this month. Industry journal Automotive News says the new model, which previewed at the New York motor show in March this year, should hit the US market in the "second half of 2019" carrying many of the concept's features.
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Ford unveils ‘no profile’ light bar for Police Interceptor vehicles
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9th Apr 2016
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Ford unveils ‘no profile’ light bar for Police Interceptor vehicles

Law-breakers in the US will have an even harder time spotting Ford’s 2017 Police Interceptor, thanks to the addition of a super-low-profile light bar - meaning its Explorer-based patroller can stalk wrongdoers almost completely incognito. The new light bar is mounted on the interior of the car inside the visor, leading to Ford describing it as having ‘no profile’. Those pillar-mounted lamps may still give it away, though...
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Sam Rawlings
Mercedes-Benz reveals inflatable seatbelt technology
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23rd Jul 2012
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Mercedes-Benz reveals inflatable seatbelt technology

German safety pioneer Mercedes-Benz will start fitting inflatable rear passenger seatbelts to its vehicles, in a move that will make the brand the third automaker to employ the safety technology behind Lexus and Ford. Mercedes says the 'Beltbag' is due to go into production in a luxury-class model, set to be the next-generation Mercedes-Benz S-Class as CarAdvice reported last month.
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David Zalstein
No connection between runaway Explorer and recall: Ford
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16th Dec 2009
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No connection between runaway Explorer and recall: Ford

Ford Australia does not believe there is any connection between a recall of 14 million vehicles and the faulty cruise control in a 2002 Explorer that sent a Melbourne man on an uncontrollable high-speed nightmare ride yesterday afternoon. Chase Weir was behind the wheel of his eight-year-old SUV on the Eastern Freeway just before 1:00pm when the cruise control jammed on 100km/h.
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