NEXT STAGE: Freshen in 2022
Ford redesigned the Escape compact crossover last year with a more premium look in anticipation of splitting the segment with the upcoming Bronco Sport. Sales have sputtered, down 36 percent through the first half of 2020 to 84,797, putting the Escape behind the Explorer for the title of “bestselling Ford vehicle not named F-Series.” Ford added a plug-in hybrid this year and plans to freshen the Escape in 2022.
NEXT STAGE: Redesign in 2024
A redesign is expected no sooner than late 2024.
|Ford F-150 Redesign in 2020||Ford compact pickup New in 2021||Ford Transit Connect Redesign in 2022||Ford Expedition Redesign in 2023||Ford Escape Redesign in 2024|
|Ford Bronco Sport New in 2020||Ford Expedition Freshen in 2021||Ford F-150 Addition in 2022||Ford Mustang Redesign in 2023||Ford Bronco pickup New in 2024|
|Ford Mach-E New in 2020||Ford Mustang Addition in 2021||Ford autonomous vehicle New in 2022||Ford Super Duty Redesign in 2023|
|Ford F-150 Addition in 2021||Ford Transit Addition in 2022||Ford Explorer Freshen in 2023|
|Ford Bronco New in 2021||Ford Escape Freshen in 2022||Ford electric midsize crossover New in 2023|
|Ford EcoSport Redesign in 2023?|
|Ford Ranger Redesign in 2023|