This is the revised 2019 Ford Edge, caught testing on the streets of Dearborn. The Edge will get some revised styling and new features after being on the market for a few years.
Changes are expected to be moderate given the camouflage on this prototype, but we expect new lights and sheet metal for the front and rear. Revisions are set to be more significant under the skin. A 9-speed automatic will replace the 6-speed unit that may also coincide with some engine upgrades or other fuel economy enhancements. The 2-litre and 2.7-litre Ecoboost engines, as well as the 3.5-litre naturally aspirated V6, should continue.
Ford may also add more features from the Edge Vignale sold in Europe, as they did with the 2017 Fusion Platinum, but the Edge should continue with mostly minor changes until at least 2021. The 2019 Edge should appear later this year or early next.