2020 Ford Edge Titanium Features and Specs
The successful Ford Edge has had a bit of a revamp of its trim levels in recent times. The range now comprises of the SE, SEL, Titanium and the ST, and there's also an additional Elite package for the Titanium that's almost like another trim level. Here we're going to look at one trim level in particular, so here are some of the features and specs of the 2020 Ford Edge Titanium.
It seems as though the designers tried to make these Ford SUVs both sporty and premium at the same time, and with the Ford Edge Titanium, in particular, it looks stylish. It's the large front grille, thin pillars and sharp headlights that deliver that sporty element, but the inclusion of a subtle dose of chrome adds that premium feel.
Although there are two engines in the 2020 Ford Edge lineup, there's no option to upgrade with any of the models. The Titanium uses the same engine as the SE and SEL, but that's not a problem as it's an excellent and very modern 2.0-liter turbo-four that develops 250 horsepower and 280 lb.-ft. of torque, which is sent to the front wheels in standard form through Ford's superb eight-speed automatic transmission. All-wheel-drive is available for the Edge Titanium as an option.
The exterior of the Titanium is characterized by body-color, power, heated side-view mirrors with integrated LED turn signal indicators and security approach lamps, LED signature lighting LED fog lamps, bright exterior door handle inserts, Illuminated front door-sill scuff plates, privacy glass, and 18-inch bright-machined alloy wheels.
Ford CoPilot360™ technology
Ford CoPilot360™ is the Blue Oval's name for a collection of safety features, and the Edge Titanium has quite a few as part of its standard equipment. Ford Co-Pilot360™ includes Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking, BLIS® (Blind Spot Information System) with Cross-Traffic Alert, Lane-Keeping System, Auto High-Beam Headlamps, Rear View Camera, Hill Start Assist, Post-Collision Braking, Rain-Sensing Wipers, and a Reverse Sensing System. The Titanium also comes standard with Autolamp (automatic on/off).
Because the Titanium is almost a joint range-topper in the Edge lineup, it's pretty opulent inside. You'll find leather-trimmed seating surfaces; heated front seats; 10-way power, heated front seats with a driver's memory feature; acoustic-laminate front-door glass; blue ambient lighting; a hands-free and foot-activated liftgate; a heated steering wheel; remote start; a universal garage door opener; a windshield wiper de-icer; and even a wireless charging pad.
Entertainment and connectivity
To illustrate the premium feel of the Titanium trim, sounds are taken care of by a very impressive B&O sound system that uses 12- speakers and boasts HD Radio technology.
The Edge Titanium also includes the likes of FordPass™ Connect with 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot capability; FordPass™ App features (when activated); SiriusXM with a 6-month all-access trial subscription; the SYNC® 3 infotainment system with an 8.0-inch LCD touchscreen, 911 Assist, AppLink, and Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ compatibility, and a couple of smart-charging USB ports.