2018 Lincoln Navigator

Apr 14, 2017

Category: Rides

Sporting a new luxurious look, Lincoln just introduced their 2018 Navigator, the newest in their line of full-size SUVs that combines both a sleek design with the latest in modern technology. Wireless charging, WiFi connectivity, an easily adjustable driver experience based on weather and terrain, and added space in the cabin are just some of the many features drivers will enjoy with the newest iteration.

Under the hood here is a twin-turbo V6 that – according to Lincoln – is projected to produce 450 horsepower delivered through a 10-speed transmission. The body is also lighter, thanks to a new aluminum-alloy build, and continues to deliver a smooth and powerful ride for passengers. The headlights also automatically adjust based on speed, and the interior is characterized by a clean and clutterless design. It features six USB ports, four 12-volt power outlets, and a 110-volt plug. Also, a wireless phone charger, massaging seats, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto streaming systems, a rear-seat entertainment system that can stream your favorite TV channels, and a 20 speaker Revel Ultima audio system come standard as well. No word on pricing just yet.

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