L.A. Auto Show Opens Nov. 19 at the Convention Center; Updated Lincoln Navigator to be Featured

One of the largest and best auto shows in the U.S. returns to the L.A. Convention Center Nov. 19-28 after a year’s absence due to Covid-19. More than 1,000 vehicles, interactive exhibits, customs, test drives and celebrity guests are expected to be part of the show.

Among the new cars on display will be the full line of Lincoln SUVs including the refreshed 2022 Lincoln Navigator sporting a number of new features to hit dealer showrooms early in the new year.

Styling changes to the Navigator for 2022 are an updated grille, new LED headlights and new three-dimensional taillights. The range-topping Black Label trim also gets a new two-segment grille design to help further differentiate it from the standard Navigator.

Among the most important changes applied to the 2022 Lincoln Navigator is the addition of the a new hands-free ActiveGlide system, which pairs Intelligent Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop-and-Go, Lane Centering and Speed Sign Recognition to enable hands-free driving on lane marked highways.

A camera embedded in the instrument panel monitor’s the driver’s gaze to ensure they are paying attention to the road and the system will automatically disengage if they are not looking at the road ahead. Lincoln says the system will work on 130,000 miles worth of roadways in the U.S. and Canada when it launches in the 2022 Navigator early next year.

The navigator has a new center stack screen, a 12-inch configurable digital instrument cluster and a new head-up display. An additional 5.8-inch digital display and module allows second-row passengers to easily control their climate and audio settings. A new Lincoln Play rear-seat entertainment system is also available, which adds rear 10.1-inch display screens and allows rear seat passengers to watch movies and TV shows, play games and listen to music while on the go.

Lincoln has added more standard active safety features to the Navigator, as well, with the Lincoln Co-Pilot 360 suite now including active park assist, forward collision warning, post-collision braking, distance alert, dynamic brake support, pedestrian detection, auto hold, hill start assist and automatic headlamps, among others.

Full Covid safety precautions will be in effect at the show. For more information and to purchase tickets visit the show’s Website https://laautoshow.com/

Los Angeles Convention Center

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