Here it is: the Ford Edge Titanium Elite.

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The Edge Titanium Elite gets a handful of exterior styling upgrades over lesser trims to better broadcast your baller status to the world.

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Remember when 20-inch wheels looked huge on everything? Not anymore!

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Ford's interior connectivity game remains strong.

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Be the king (or queen) of the parking structure in your Edge Elite Titanium. 

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The Edge Titanium Elite benefits from the general interior improvements found on all 2019 Edge models, but the finishes are just a little classier.

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Twenty inches, nothing less (unless you don't get the Titanium Elite).

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Looks like Ford is trying some plays out of Volvo's headrest playbook.

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Of course it has a back-up camera. This is 2018, for Pete's sake.

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Fold-down rear seats are good but this is 2018, and rear seats that don't fold flat in a crossover are no bueno.

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The Edge cluster looks good and is easy to read -- what more can you ask for?

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