The 2020 Ford Escape Is Where Ford Hopes Those Sedan Buyers Will Migrate

We get our best look yet at the all-new fourth-generation Escape.

UPDATE 1/4/19: New spy photos of the Escape show the compact crossover nearly undisguised, save for a camouflage wrap on the lower half of the body. We can see a catfish-like front grille with trapezoidal headlights, a sleek greenhouse with refreshingly large windows surrounded by thick chrome trim, horizontal taillights, and a rear diffuser with dual exhaust tips.

What It Is: The fourth generation of Ford’s popular compact crossover. Yes, Ford has overhauled the Escape just twice in 18 years. The blocky 2001 Escape made plenty of friends almost instantly, and a 2008 redesign on the same platform kept the momentum going until the truly all-new 2013 model arrived with a set of turbocharged engines and more expressive styling. The Escape is one of five Ford SUVs and crossovers wearing names that start with the letter E, and each year it handily outsells the rest.

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