2019 Lincoln Aviator Release Date
Fly high with fresh technology and clean look
First introduced to the 2003 model year, the Lincoln Aviator was initially offered as a luxury SUV for the middle segment. Having failed to meet sales expectations, Lincoln fired signboards in 2005 after only a few years in production. Now, however, as national SUV sales continue into the stratosphere, the Aviator makes a triumphant second-generation return for the 2019 model year. Future models will be placed between the Nautilus and the standard wheelbase Navigator in the Lincoln arrangement, possibly in lieu of Lincoln MKT. Unfortunately, we do not yet know all the technical specifications of the ins and outs, as Lincoln has just debuted a “preview model” at the 2018 International New York International Exhibition intended to light the flower fire for the date of sale next year. Read on for details released so far, including exterior styling, interior technology, and a new hybrid powertrain.
2019 Lincoln Aviator Exterior
• Clean Air-Inspired Aesthetics
• Straight Line, Front Flat Line to Back
• Interesting 3D Grille
• High-Gloss Black And Chrome Trim
• Blue Exterior Color Flight
As far as the aesthetic exterior is concerned, the Aviator takes the same cues as found on the latest Lincoln Navigator, with a large front grille, upright features, and a straight line from front to back.
What’s more, considering this name is an allusion to an aeronautical adventure in the past, it should be no surprise that Lincoln also decided to withdraw from the world of aircraft for exterior design as well.
“In the Aviator, the lines of the vehicle are streamlined. You have the stature and the presence of the grille on the front, then the tapered body and tail – creating a different aerofoil analogy, “said Lincoln Design Director David Woodhouse.
It seems obvious to pull the eye toward the back, which Lincoln said was designed as an indication of the RWD SUV platform.
“If you see a bird or an airplane, the wind always tilts into the air and falls down toward the back,” Woodhouse stressed. “You see it in the main body line of the Aviator. From headlamps to rear lights, there’s a beautiful undercut feature that varies profoundly to mean tranquility and elegance. “
Although we think it looks pretty good, we will not call it the most innovative design of all time. This is more of a standard SUV attitude, with large proportions and high features throughout. However, the grille stands out for us thanks to its cool 3D shape. The Lincoln signature grille treatment is done in a shiny black finish and ends with a chrome accent.
All told, it’s clean and simple, and we think buyers will appreciate it against the sharper competition.
Outside, the body panels on this preview vehicle are covered with a color dubbed Flight Blue, which is a colorful color that clearly gives the impression that a refinement of style that Lincoln seems to be pursuing.
At the rear, the rear lights wrap into the elevator doors in long horizontal lines, while the exhaust tip quartets are framed by lower bumper care and terminated by additional chrome ornaments. The windshield of the cover once again gives the nod on the theme of the flight.
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2019 Lincoln Aviator Interior
• Total Seven Passenger Seat
• Horizontal Line, Clean Along
• Aluminum, Brushed Metal, And Leather
• Lean and Slide Function For Second Row
• Shearling Beige and Lunar Gray Sheet Schemes
• 12 Inch Screen Display In Cluster Gauge
• Phone As A Technology Key With Tons of Remote Features
• Charging the Wireless Phone
• Co-Pilot 360 Suite Of Driver Assists
For starters, the 2019 Lincoln Aviator is offered with a three-line interior arrangement with seating for seven, including two in front, three in the second row, and two in the backseat.
In terms of layout, horizontal lines dominate from front to back, especially on the dashboard, where long thin strips and thin strips are pulled from door to door, arranged with a number of rectangular air vents. Lincolnsays want to offer a simple design without too much “mess”, and overall, we say it achieves that goal.
Materials used include aluminum machined appliques and brushed metal, with seats covered with soft leather seats. The chair itself is Lincoln’s Perfect Position nanny, offering 30-way adjustments and massage functions. Meanwhile, the multi-function steering wheel is used to operate various infotainment functions.
Passengers sitting in the second row can enhance their comfort with lying and slide functions, something that also provides access to third row seats.
Everything is packed in a Lincoln Black Label-inspired theme, and features color schemes like Shearling Beige and Lunar Gray to add a bit of spice.
In front of the technology, Aviator runs a standard Sync infotainment platform. The 12-inch display screen in the gauge group also comes as standard. The unit also sends requests and “useful information” to the driver right behind the wheel, for example, if you run out of fuel, it will show you the list of nearby gas stations to get you there without any problems.
One of the key features of the Aviator is the key functionality of the smart phone, which offers the owner extra remote functionality, such as locking and unlocking doors, opening trunk, and starting the engine.
“When debuting in a production SUV, Telephone as a Lock technology is expected to be one of the industry’s leading systems,” Lincoln said.
The system is well used thanks to the Lincoln Way app, and comes with additional features like a chirp locator to find an SUV in a crowded parking lot. What’s more, apps can tweak and adjust various settings for a customized experience, which is great if many divers share the same vehicle.
Of course, the smart phone lock works fine – until you run out of battery juice. In this case, the Aviator comes with the option to enter a backup password on the keypad mounted on the outside, which will then give access to the vehicle and the ability to power the car and drive it. Your personal phone as a Key Profile can also be deleted if your phone is stolen or lost.
Further smartphone support is provided by the wireless phone charging function – just place your phone in the right place on the front armrest, and it will automatically charge itself. There is also a “bin media” compartment offered for front passengers, and there are several electrical outlets scattered throughout the cabin as well. Aviator will be standard with Wi-Fi hotspot with web connection for all onboard.
In terms of assisting the driver, the Aviator comes with a Co-Pilot 360 Lincoln system, which is standardized with a range of safety features such as automatic emergency braking paired with pedestrian detection, blind spot monitoring, cross-traffic alert, lane keeping assist, reverse camera, and automatic high spotlights.
Finally, the Aviator also gets a Reverse Brake Assist with a rear sensor and a rear-facing camera, which will once again automatically brake if it detects any nearby object that might collide with the vehicle.
2019 Lincoln Aviator Drivetrain
• New Shared Platform Together with Ford Explorer
• Turbocharged Machines
• Hybrid Options
• Approximately 350 Horsepower Speculated
• Adaptive Suspension Components
Under the skin, the Lincoln Aviator is built on a new platform for car makers, and in fact, it is the same platform as the upcoming Ford Explorer 6th generation. And while the Aviator will be the RWD, the platform will also be available for adaptation on AWD and FWD vehicles.
As for motivation, the Aviator is powered by a twin-turbo engine. We have not got a definite specification on this, but we know that, for the first time, Lincoln will offer Aviator as a hybrid plug-in model.
“This combination of power and powered capability will help the Aviator provide the quietest, finest and most powerful Lincoln rider,” the automaker claims.
And while Lincoln says that the hybridization powertrain keeps the Aviator “in power rather than many supercars on the road today,” do not expect this to happen that fast. We expect the sprint to reach 60 mph in about 7 seconds, possibly even breaking into the highest number, with the first gene previously settling the benchmark in about 7.6 seconds. Approximately 350 horsepower feels right.
So, although it may not be too fast, hybrid powertrain is definitely the right way. When operating on battery power only, the Aviator will not give in to the noise and vibration of the standard ICE powertrain, which obviously makes perfect sense for luxury car makers who want to offer the perfect driving experience. Drive mode options are offered to enhance the experience even further.
In a way, it’s also possible that Lincoln will support the lineup with a stronger model in the higher range.
Set-up suspension system is also quite high-tech, making it more comfortable on the road. Prominent features include a front-facing camera, which will actually read the road surface in front and adjust the adaptive suspension onboard to more adequately absorb the bump as needed. Lincoln calls it Suspension Preview Technology, and it’s sure to be appreciated by customers who often lack less than ideal blacktop.
2019 Lincoln Aviator Price
Sales for second-generation Aviator will rise next year, and even though the price announcement is definitely expected near the date of sale, we’ll spend it at a cost of about $ 55,000, give or receive. It will place it between the Nautilus and the Navigator in the order of Lincoln.
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