With its bold design, Edge naturally gets noticed. From the dynamic grille to the fluid shapes and smooth lines that run the length of its body, the 2020 Edge Titanium Elite will let you arrive in style. It also has a sleek roof, aerodynamic shape and the type of commanding profile that isn't afraid of turning heads or stepping into the spotlight.
Edge has always had a bold, powerful look. Confident and athletic from the body, grille, hood and wheels to the LED lamps and available 180-degree camera system, Edge is a design masterpiece.
It's powered by a 2.7L V6 EcoBoost® engine that delivers 335 horsepower and 380 lb.-ft. of torque coupled with a performance-tuned eight-speed automatic transmission. The 2020 Edge ST has road-gripping all-wheel drive, Ford Performance tuned suspension and race-inspired paddle shifters. Its standard leather-trimmed seats include supportive bolsters that help anchor you in tight turns. Topping it off is a striking grille with gloss black-painted mesh and prominent ST logo.
The overall craftsmanship and attention to detail can be seen both inside and out of Edge Titanium. The interior features a standard leather-wrapped steering wheel and perforated leather-trimmed sport bucket seats. Other smart touches include standard metal-plated accents, mechanical stripe aluminum appliqué, illuminated scuff plates and ambient lighting. The exterior design features a bright beltline molding matched with chrome accents and standard 19-inch wheels. Also available are 20-inch wheels.
The 2020 Edge offers the most available driver-assist technologies in its class, to help give you confidence on the road. With sensors and cameras mounted at specific locations on the vehicle, you can be aware of other vehicles and objects that are beside and behind you. For instance, available Enhanced Active Park Assist uses ultrasonic sensors on the front and rear of the vehicle to help you guide your Edge into a suitable parallel or perpendicular parking space.
Ford+Alexa brings the amazing capabilities of Amazon Alexa from your home to the road. By using the Ford+Alexa app and connecting via SYNC® 3 AppLink, you'll have access to voice navigation, traffic information, Amazon Prime shopping and can even control your supported smart-home devices. Stay connected, from just about anywhere.
Enjoy your personal sound studio, wherever you go. Available B&O Sound System by Bang & Olufsen offers a superior, immersive listening experience for everyone on board.
Two available engines offer more than enough attitude under the hood - the turbocharged, direct-injection twin-scroll 2.0L EcoBoost®, and the standard, athletic 2.7L EcoBoost® V6. These engines were designed, engineered and built to provide the power, performance and fuel efficiency* that today's accelerated lifestyle demands.
Two available engines provide more than enough attitude under the hood - the turbocharged, direct-injection twin-scroll 2.0L EcoBoost® engine, and the athletic 2.7L EcoBoost®. These engines were designed, engineered and built to provide the power, performance and fuel efficiency that today's accelerated lifestyle demands.
Auto Start-Stop Technology is standard on SE 2.0L EcoBoost® FWD models and can help reduce fuel consumption and vehicle emissions during city driving. When the vehicle comes to a stop, the engine automatically shuts off and then seamlessly restarts when your foot leaves the brake pedal.
The 2020 Ford Edge integrates power, performance and handling with technology that inspires confidence behind the wheel. The original SUV from Ford has the features and capabilities to help you multitask your way through the challenges of career, family and everything else that pulls you in different directions. Give credit to its Intelligent AWD (standard on ST and available on all other models), the electric power-assisted steering and the spacious 39.2 cu. ft. of cargo room behind the second row.
Available Intelligent AWD uses sensors to constantly monitor traction, helping you through various types of weather and road conditions. It balances torque between the front and rear wheels to enhance handling and maximize traction, typically before wheelslip can even occur.