Of all the cool things we saw at tonight's reveal of the 2020 Ford Explorer, we knew we had to get these photos to you as soon as possible. That's because we've got snaps no one else has.

The reason? The interiors of the all-new Explorers on-site at Ford Field were locked up.

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Two cool things about the all-new Explorer for the technologically inclined. First, it has a 12-inch instrument panel display. Second, it has a standard eight-inch, centrally mounted display; however, you can option a larger 10-inch display if you so desire.

Tonight we snapped pictures of the dash interface in action, which was shown during the event's more detailed presentation. Mimicking the Land Rover dial that swivels to alter the Explorer's driving dynamics, you can see below how it will be visualized in the 2020 Explorer's dash display.

See how you have all that useful information displayed? You've got your speed, gear, direction of travel, odometer, gear selection, temperature, miles to empty and your fuel gauge. We're thinking this is only the start as we'd wager it will be customizable to some degree.

Last, but not least, I've also included a couple snaps of the optional 10-inch screen in the center stack, which will have an integration with Amazon Alexa.

Stay tuned for more #NAIAS-related coverage, Spies!

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#CES #NAIAS EXCLUSIVE! Must See! We Got The Shots Of The 2020 Explorer Dash Interface And They Don’t!

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