Inside the Ford Explorer is an ambitious interior design project by Ford that will change the way you look at your new vehicle.
The Explorer is a luxury hatchback, which is the best thing to happen to the car in decades, and it’s not a coincidence that it’s also one of the most expensive models to buy.
The project is inspired by the classic ’30s Ford Bronco interior.
The Bronco’s cabin has been repurposed to look like a kitchen, and the front of the car has been re-purposed to become a kitchen table.
It’s a clever design that is perfect for any home, and Ford is aiming to bring it to every new Explorer.
You can see the full kitchen in action below, but there’s a few tweaks that make the Explorer feel more like a real kitchen, rather than a car-centric design.
The first is the design of the interior.
Like many Ford models, the Explorer is made up of a few different parts.
The first is a pair of dashboards, one in the front centre and one on the left side.
The two sections of the dashboard are connected to each other by a cable.
On the left, you’ll find the volume controls and on the right, the power switches.
You can also see the digital clock and the clock hands.
There are also three lights on either side of the dash: the front light is on the centre console, the centre lamp is on top of the rear bumper, and on top is the light that flashes when you turn the key.
There’s also a second light on the back of the left-hand side of this dashboard.
This is the left footswitch.
It’s a very good design, but the second light is also an indicator that the dash is turned.
The front light can also be seen as you start the engine, so it’s a good indicator that it is turning on.
There’s also two buttons at the top of this dash that allow you to turn the volume up and down.
These can be useful when you’re driving the car, but if you’re going to be driving it for a long period of time, you might want to turn it down a bit.
The volume control also has a small button that can be pushed to change the radio channel.
Ford also has three additional buttons in this area.
The power switch on the front is the radio button, and this can be pressed to switch between the left and right-hand radio channels.
The left-handed switch is the phone button, while the right-handed button is for changing the radio station.
There is also a gear lever on the rear of the steering wheel that lets you switch between two different gear ratios.
The dashboard has two controls that you’ll notice in the photos above: the one to the right of the volume control, and a small, round button on the steering column that lets the driver know if the car is on or off.
The buttons that you can see are used to switch the radio on or turn the radio off.
There are also two on the dashboard: one is for turning the stereo volume, and another is for adjusting the car’s audio system.
These buttons let you change the music, and there’s also an audible indicator on the dash to let you know if it’s on or not.
The steering wheel has a button to switch to the navigation system, and when you pull it up, it has a switch for turning it on.
The car also has its own buttons that can change the engine speed, the fuel level, and even turn the headlights.
The Ford Explorer also has an audio system, with the music coming from the stereo and the phone, with a speaker behind it to let the driver hear the music.
The rear of this Explorer has a digital clock.
The clock starts flashing at 8:58am, and is set to show the time.
There also is a small clock hand that can show when the car was last turned on, as well as the number of miles driven.
The front and rear bumpers have an integrated battery pack, with an LED light on either end.
There might be a few more things to add to this, but it’s an interesting addition that adds a little more personality to the Explorer’s interior.
The biggest difference between the Bronco and the Explorer, though, is the colour scheme.
The Explorer has been made to look more like the classic Ford Broncos, while Ford is changing things up by using a modern, futuristic colour scheme to match the interior of the Explorer.
The colours are meant to evoke the feeling of being inside a futuristic car.
The colours used for the Broncos are called ‘Eureka’ and ‘Pioneer’, and they’re a mix of pastels and neon greens.
They’re very, very bright, and they give the Explorer an aggressive look.
The Bronco is also very popular with children.
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