2020 Lincoln Aviator

Nov 29, 2018

Category: Rides

It’s difficult for vehicle manufacturers to break away from tradition but every once in a while, a company finds a way to retain the best things about a flagship while pushing it in a positive direction. Such is the case with the 2020 Lincoln Aviator, a luxurious SUV offering all the amenities of its predecessor and a number of new, exciting features.

The newest Aviator utilizes two separate engine layouts — a 450-horsepower plug-in hybrid engine that pumps out a monstrous 600 foot-pounds of torque and a less powerful twin-turbo V6 that offers 400 horsepower. The interior of the vehicle is adorned in the finest materials and includes a 28-speaker Revel Ultima 3D sound system, 30-way adjustable seats (with massage capability), and a heads-up display that’s built into the front window just above the steering wheel. In typical Lincoln fashion, the SUV will feature the proprietary Co-Pilot 360 Plus, an innovative system that helps drivers with Evasive Steering Assist, Reverse Brake Assist, Active Park Assist, and Traffic Jam Assist, which combines Adaptive Cruise Control, Stop and Go, Lane Centering, and the newly designed Traffic Sign Recognition technology to ease the stress of your daily commute in the urban jungle.

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