The Ford Edge is one of the most popular SUVs in the middle-size class, with its practicality, powerful engine, and advanced features. It is one of the top competitors in this class. He debuted on the market in 2006, gaining huge popularity since then. The 2025 Ford Edge is promised to bring us many changes, including exterior and interior, and we also expect to see surprises under the hood.
The rumors are spreading around that Ford is preparing us for a fully electric version of the Edge, but at this moment we do not have any official information. The engine lineup for the standard model will stay the same. The base engine will be 2.0 liters, which will produce around 250 horsepower. The most potent variant will be the 2.7-liter V6 which will produce 330 horsepower. We expect Ford to offer the 2025 model of Edge with the same 9-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive as standard.
2025 Ford Edge EV
Ford will replace or offer the Edge as an electric vehicle in the next few years. Depending on the market, it will be replaced or paired with a standard gasoline variant.
The Edge EV should be based on a new platform that will offer impressive power and range. But at this moment, there are no official statements about the specifications for this model.
According to our rumors, we hope that this mid-size SUV will offer up to 500 horsepower in dual-engine combinations. This engine will deliver power to all-wheel drive. With a maximum battery pack, they will offer up to 300 miles of range.
The interior of this SUV will also be a step above the luxury of the gasoline model. And we expect to see a huge infotainment screen that will be connected to the driver gauge.
This crossover will also offer good working capabilities, including a maximum towing capacity of around 5500 pounds. And we expect it to offer a spacious interior with plenty of space for passengers and their languages.
2025 Ford Edge Hybrid
For the hybrid model, Ford will utilize their 2.0-liter EcoBoost I4 engine, which they will pair with an electric motor. This mill combination will produce around 280 horsepower, and it will deliver power through an 8-speed automatic gearbox to all-wheel drive. The hybrid variant will offer impressive fuel efficiency, and at this moment we do not have any official information about the exact numbers.
The towing capacity will be limited to 4500 pounds.
According to the latest reports, the 2025 Ford Edge Hybrid will use the Ford C2 platform, which guarantees good driving capabilities and best-in-class ride quality.
There is no doubt that Ford will equip the interior of the new Edge with all the latest tech and safety features. Especially the hybrid variation, which will start at a higher price than regular internal combustion models. So we can expect heated seats, a premium infotainment system, and much more as part of the standard equipment.
2025 Ford Edge Interior
The interior of the 2025 Ford Edge will continue to be stylish and comfortable, as in previous years’ models. It will offer seating for up to five passengers, and depending on the trim level, it will come with heating and venting seats on the second row. The infotainment system will get upgraded for the 2025 model year, and we expect to see a new 14-inch touchscreen on the center console. This new screen will be paired with new Sync software from Ford. The connectivity in the new Edge will support all modern standards. Including Apple Car Play and Android Auto. Also, we will see the latest version of Bluetooth support and WiFi hotspots on all Edge models. As a part of premium equipment, we will see a wireless charging pad, motorized sunroof, premium navigation system, and automatic tailgate.
The safety and driver assistance features will also follow modern trends, and the 2025 Ford Edge will include:
- Automatic Emergency Breaking System
- Lane departure warning
- Lane-keeping assistance
- 360% Camera
- Adaptive Cruise Control
- Blind-spot monitoring
Price and Release Date
The release date for a standard model will be at the end of 2024. The price will start at $38.000 and go up to $47.000 for the top-tier model.
The well-equipped trim with a V6 mill will cost $43.000.
The models with hybrid powertrains will start at $42.000 and go up to $46.000.
And the electric version will probably debut at the start of 2025. The base price will be $57.000, and it will go to $62.000.
The competition in this category will be fierce. The mid-size SUV market is crowded with offers like never before. The Honda Passport will be one of the top competitors because it will offer a stronger base engine. Jeep Grand Cherokee and Hyundai Santa Fe, along with Dodge Durango and Hyundai Palisade, will also be in direct competition for the upcoming Edge.