Lincoln unveiled its re-designed 2015 Navigator on Thursday (Jan. 23), ahead of its official debut at the upcoming Chicago Auto Show.

As you can see in the imagery, the SUV gets an all-new exterior design, accentuated by the reintroduction of the brand’s signature split-wing grille. The sleeker front end includes a newly designed hood and reimagined back end, featuring a power up/down tailgate. Both ends get jewel-like light-emitting diode (LED) lights, as well as high-intensity discharge (HID) adaptive headlamps with LED accents.

Underneath the hood is a new 3.5-liter, twin-turbocharged EcoBoost® engine, delivering 370 horsepower and 430 lb.-ft. of torque, while Continuously Controlled Damping provides a smoother ride; electric power-assisted steering improves handling; and puddle lamps create a “welcome mat” below both front doors for a touch of elegance.

The Navigator also comes standard with 20-inch, machined aluminum wheels, while Reserve Package vehicles are equipped with 22-inch, polished aluminum wheels and optional chrome-accented running boards.

Production of the 2015 Navigator is scheduled to begin late this summer with vehicles due in Lincoln showrooms in early fall.