Luxurious cruising demands that automakers pull new tricks out of their creativity bag every time they roll off a product out of their mills. The all-new Aviator makes this endeavor with a good measure of success.
A V6 twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V6 engine will be responsible for the 400 hp and 400 lb-ft of torque that the Aviator will bring forth. There is even an option for a 450 hp and 600-lb-ft torque.
When you combine this with a 10-speed automatic transmission, the Aviator becomes an epic performer the luxury SUV league. Inside this gigantic vehicle are elements of leather, wood, and aluminum, effectively moving from so much plastic as earlier found in some Lincolns in this class.
You will listen to your audio from 28-speaker Revel Ultima 3D audio system, which is quite a plausible move. Customers can choose for either a six-passenger that has two individual chairs in the middle row or a seven-passenger that has a middle bench.
Lincoln further says that this car can be driven in pure electric mode. What we are yet to establish, however, is how long the electric power can last.
Modern luxury SUVs hardly disappoint on the tech spectrum. On the Lincoln Aviator, you can lock or unlock and start the car via smartphone which is integrated with the Lincoln-Way app.
The screen is a standard 12.3-inch touchscreen that comes with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capability. Quite a lot has been done to this end enabling the driver assist to recognize traffic signs using the Co-Pilot 360 Plus, that also helps traffic jam assist, evasive steering assist, automated braking in reverse, and active park assist.
The direction Lincoln has taken with this vehicle is surely a placement for marketability in the luxury SUV category. It is surely suited to make a grand entry and retain scramble for the top spot
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