Lincoln and Cadillac have been at the forefront of America’s automotive luxury for countless decades. In 2020 these brands of the Detroit’s Big three are loading up their lineups with multiple new models focusing on new crossover SUVs and premium sedans. In this episode we will demonstrate to you the newcomers and at the same time will try determine who currently holds the title of the best luxury carmaker in the US.
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Check out our playlist on 2020 Car Lineups from International Automakers:
#1 2020 Lincoln Aviator Grand Touring
2020 Lincoln Aviator Grand Touring hybrid has been announced to join the company range in the fall of 2019. The SUV comes powered by a 3.0L Twin Turbo V6 and 100-hp electric motor that is located between the engine and the 10-speed gearbox.
#2 2020 Cadillac CT5
Sitting below the brand’s CT6 flagship sedan, the brand-new 2020 Cadillac CT5 mid-size arrives to replace the CTS model that has been on the market since 2003. Its pricing starts from under $38,000, almost 10k less than the base version of the 2019 CTS.
#3 2020 Lincoln Corsair
Its considered unacceptable for a modern automaker to have a free slot in the lineup of crossover SUVs, so the departing MKC was swiftly replaced by an all-new Lincoln Corsair. Being built on the latest platform of the Ford Escape, stylistically it shares the “Quiet Flight” design language.
#4 2020 Cadillac XT6
The 2020 SUV lineup from Cadillac could be considered officially complete, with the arrival of the all-new three-row seven-seater XT6 that lands between the Escalade giant and smaller XT5 and XT4 models.
#5 2020 Lincoln Continental Coach Door Edition
2020 Lincoln Continental Coach Door Edition is a non-commemorative version of the 80th Anniversary Continental that premiered in 2019. It is based on the top of the line Black Label trim, that received a 6-inch wheelbase extension.
#6 2020 Cadillac CT4-V and CT5-V:
Following the discontinuation of Caddy’s previous generation of sedans, the brand announced that it will realigning its model range, introducing all-new V-Series performance versions of the upcoming compact CT4 and mid-size CT5 cars.
#7 2019 Lincoln Navigator
Lincoln’s flagship SUV has been successful in luring customers from other premium brands, in part by constantly boosting the level of posh and luxury regardless of the model’s cycle. The spacious 7-seater gets more standard equipment across the range.
#8 2019 Cadillac XT4
Arriving in 2019 as an all-new model, the smallest Cadillac crossover XT4 remains fresh enough to attract our attention, plus it still gets some significant upgrades in 2020.