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https://www.motor1.com/news/359839/2...ator-unveiled/


A few small changes but needed ones IMO. I am glad to hear heated/cooled seats are standard now going forward on all trims that's something the Escalade does now.
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Monocromathic exterior. Not my kind of finish, but is Ok for all those who prefer something more subtle...



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A few small changes but needed ones IMO. I am glad to hear heated/cooled seats are standard now going forward on all trims that's something the Escalade does now.
...good to see more equipment made standard. The opposite of the German lux brands where you have to still pay for crap like keyless entry and CarPlay. Lincoln needs to advertise that a bit, too. Starting prices are not all the same...

...that said, disappointing that there is nothing about a PHEV. With the Aviator having one and the Corsair having one, your top dog being left out seems a bit retrograde. Maybe they’re holding out for an EV offensive at LA to introduce it.
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...good to see more equipment made standard. The opposite of the German lux brands where you have to still pay for crap like keyless entry and CarPlay. Lincoln needs to advertise that a bit, too. Starting prices are not all the same...

...that said, disappointing that there is nothing about a PHEV. With the Aviator having one and the Corsair having one, your top dog being left out seems a bit retrograde. Maybe they’re holding out for an EV offensive at LA to introduce it.
I'm guessing a Navi PHEV will wait for the refresh. They'll want to have F-150 be the "big news" for the hybrid tech next year for its' redesign. Expy/Navi would follow and piggyback on that announcement.
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There is no Aviator or Corsair PHEV's either.

Not yet. Many months away. Adding PHEV requires a major uplift, so no doubt you will see it when Aviator and Corsair get theirs.

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...good to see more equipment made standard. The opposite of the German lux brands where you have to still pay for crap like keyless entry and CarPlay. Lincoln needs to advertise that a bit, too. Starting prices are not all the same...

...that said, disappointing that there is nothing about a PHEV. With the Aviator having one and the Corsair having one, your top dog being left out seems a bit retrograde. Maybe they’re holding out for an EV offensive at LA to introduce it.

We will see a PHEV Navigator when we see a PHEV F-150... the next gen.
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Looks like this is applying to the Continental and MKZ too


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They look great. Incremental adjustments keep the lineup from stagnation
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^That Continental is amazing

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