2015 Lincoln Navigator Front End Leaked

2015 Lincoln Navigator Front End Leaked

Just a few hours after Lincoln teased the 2015 Navigator, a photo popped up on Twitter that shows off the front end of the new SUV. 

The 2015 Navigator will adopt Lincoln’s staple split-wing grille, although it is massaged to look more masculine on the Navigator.

Details are sparse, but we do know that Ford’s 3.5-liter EcoBoost engine will be an option on the new Navigator. The SUV will also adopt Lincoln drive control which uses continuously controlled damping to offer a smooth ride. New electric power-assisted steering will also be included.

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On the inside, Lincoln says that the Navigator will deliver best-in-class cargo volume along with other luxury features like push-button start, MyLincoln Touch infotainment and a leather wrapped steering wheel. A new ‘reserve package’ will also be available which includes 22-inch wheels and wooden interior accents.

The 2015 Navigator will be revealed Thursday, Jan.23. Check back to AutoGuide for more details.

[Source: MSN Autos]

  • Kenneth Huff

    I forgot all about this SUV. What a surprise! Glad to here that a new one is coming. The current Navigator is off the radar.

    The front end looks very nice. Much better than other Lincoln products.

  • This is the first time I have seen an implementation of Lincoln’s current design language that I like–although on the concept model, I sincerely hope the hood is slightly ajar, because it looks like there’s a panel gap between the hood and the grill split panel…

  • Kenneth Huff

    I hope so. If not, they should close the gap on future models.

  • Don Falloon

    Doesn’t look like the hood is latched closed. Gap is consistent between the hood and grille. The reflections make it look uneven.

  • Having seen other shots where the gap is clearly not there, I agree completely–the hood just wasn’t fully closed here. Overall, I really like this look, and some other publications have pointed out how the split-ribbed grille hearkens back to some early Lincoln designs. Let’s hope this continues to evolve, and that the more fuel-efficient engines grow more competitive.

    I’d like to see Ford make Lincoln into a good choice again. The more options buyers have, the better.