Lincoln designers deserve accolades for all their latest products. From the Continental, Navigator and now the Aviator, Ford’s luxury brand has never sported a clearer identity. The bold, powerful front graphic is unique, distinct and fits impressively well on the Lincoln’s latest crossover.
The all-new Aviator combines elegance with purpose as it’s been designed with luxury, comfort and efficiency in mind. The midsize utility vehicle is built on a rear-wheel drive platform and can combine a plug-in hybrid system with a twin-turbocharged engine. Lincoln’s exact words are: “plug-in hybrid model that is capable of using its twin-turbocharged engine if needed – easing range anxiety.” This sounds more like a range-extended EV than an actual PHEV. Further details on this PHEV are scarce however Lincoln assures all that the Aviator’s performance will be more that impressive.
Beyond the powertrain, the Aviator will feature more amenities than could possibly spelled out here. From 30-way power adjustable and massaging seats, a 12” digital instrument cluster and an advanced suite of standard driver-assist technologies, this vehicle will cater to all needs, and moods. The latest version of Ford’s SYNC infotainment system will also be included as will be a WIFI hotspot.
The new 3-row Lincoln Aviator promises to deliver an unmatched experience to discerning luxury vehicle buyers. For the moment at least, it looks that way.