When you drive down the street in the 2018 Ford Edge you'll notice that everybody standing outside won't be able to help but stare as you drive past. Everything from the striking front grille, the fluid body shape, vivid and seamless lines, and a sleek roof come together to create a truly one-of-a-kind appearance that will demand attention from the moment you back out of your driveway. Even the wheels of the 2018 Edge have been designed to attract attention. With nine different wheel choices from sizes ranging from 18-inches to 21-inches, your 2018 Edge will easily become the epitome of style.
On the inside, the 2018 Edge continues to impress with a fine attention to detail everywhere you look. Available ambient lighting takes the interior of the Edge to a whole new level. When you need to set the mood, simply choose from one of seven different colours for the LED lights to produce. These lights are located in the front footwells, cup holders, centre console, and door handles. Another available feature on the 2018 Edge is the Panoramic Vista Roof®. This roof stretches from the front of the Edge to the back and allows everyone inside to enjoy the beautiful Alberta views.
2018 Ford Edge Technology
Thanks to a multitude of standard and available technologies, the 2018 Ford Edge has the beauty and the brains. One of these features is the available Enhanced Active Park Assist. By using ultrasonic sensors located around the vehicle, the 2018 Edge is capable of detecting a parking spot in which it will fit. Once it has found a spot, all you'll need to do is cover the brake pedal, accelerator, and shift the gears as your Edge automatically parks itself. This feature is perfect for those who don't enjoy parking into tight spaces, or having to re-learn how to parallel park every time.
Also available on the 2018 Edge is a Lane-Keeping System. By monitoring your exact position on the road, the Lane-Keeping System is able to identify when you unintentionally drift out of your lane while driving. If you do begin to drift, your Edge will warn you with a series of vibrations in the steering wheel to imitate driving over a rumble strip. If, for some reason, you do not respond to the vibrating alert, the Edge can also apply steering torque to the necessary wheels in order to get your Edge back into the proper place. How does it know when you intentionally want to slide over? Simple, use your turn signal!