Ford has unveiled an electric Explorer designed for the European market, demonstrating its commitment to introducing seven EVs to Europe by 2024. The relatively compact SUV is under 14.8ft long and offers creature comforts like “sporty” seats. It also includes a few technology features rarely found in higher-end Ford EVs like the Mustang Mach-E, such as a 15-inch vertical touchscreen that slides up and down, an abundance of console storage space, private “locker” for valuables, and wireless phone charging. The five cameras and three radar sensors provide Ford’s usual range of driver aids, although this is the first time Europe will have access to features like Assisted Lane Change. Performance specs, including range, are yet to be released, but Ford claims the SUV can charge from 10% to 80% in 25 minutes. The automaker is taking reservations for the base Explorer and higher-end Explorer Premium trims now, with pricing expected to start below €45,000 ($48,500). Unfortunately, the Explorer EV is not planned for release in North America, and the conventional Explorer will still be on sale worldwide. The Explorer is part of Ford’s larger strategy to completely electrify its passenger cars in Europe by 2030.