2019 Lincoln Aviator

Apr 6, 2018

Category: Rides

Sometimes brand identities become established by popular culture, and no matter how hard the manufacturer tries to shake the association, there is no changing people’s minds on the subject. Lincoln has long been an auto brand associated with blue hairs driving the boats of the roadway, but recent years have seen a shift in their target audience, with the recently released 2019 Lincoln Aviator signaling where the luxury brand is headed.

Inside the cabin, three rows of seating provide luxurious accommodations for up to seven adults in a cabin jam packed full of the latest technological comforts. Under the hood a twin-turbocharged petrol engine work in conjunction with a hybrid electric powertrain for a silent driving experience, and the rear wheel or all wheel drive platforms ensure high performance handling in most conditions. Designed to be a smarter answer for those looking to take advantage of the larger size of the SUV by providing a fuel efficient plug-in hybrid option, the Aviator also employs the Lincoln Way smartphone app that controls door locks, opens the trunk, and starts the engine.

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