The significantly freshened 2015 Lincoln Navigator launches this week with a new EcoBoost engine under the hood to go with its new face.

While not all-new, Lincoln made the long-in-tooth Navigator look as new as possible with a re-designed front clip featuring headlamps with LED accents and a bolder grille.

New wheels and tail lamps round out the exterior changes, which go with a body shell that is carry over from the last decade plus.

What is all-new for the Navigator is the infusion of power and economy. Now sporting a 3.5 liter EcoBoost twin-turbocharged V6, buyers now get a healthy dose of 380 horsepower.

And with 460 ft-lb of torque, the Navigator’s towing capacity soars to 9,000 lbs which passes the Cadillac Escalade despite it having a larger and more powerful V8.

Lincoln says with the new engine, the Navigator can achieve up to 18 mpg city and 22 mpg highway which again is class leading when compared to the Escalade.

The interior of the Lincoln Navigator gets a few updates in materials and trim. The latest infotainment systems and MyLincoln Touch are now part of the game.

Navigator is now is available with an adaptive suspension called Lincoln Drive Control which like the Escalade’s optional suspension can adjust response and ride to the driver’s wishes.

The 2015 Lincoln Navigator goes on sale very soon starting at $62,475 and will be available in both standard and extended length versions.