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2020 Ford Escape

The irony is not lost on us. The all-new, redesigned 2020 Ford Escape looks more carlike yet makes its debut as the automaker exits the sedan market.

Still, we get the logic. Ford has a similar-sized crossover coming that’s designed for the urbanite who wants to veer off-road. The unnamed compact utility—possibly “Bronco Scout,” per trademark filings—will be more upright and square in shape, with skidplates and shorter overhangs.

To better differentiate the two, Ford is steering the fourth-generation Escape directly at the urbanite

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