A brand of the Ford company, Lincoln produces luxury vehicles. Founded in 1917, the company has a storied history, having manufactured such classics as the Continental, the Town Car, and the Zepher. Their current lineup includes the popular MKZ and Navigator.
With tweaks to aesthetics and creature comforts, the Navigator leans on what made this fourth-generation SUV great to begin with.
This midcycle refresh focuses more on creature comforts, but there are plenty of changes beyond that, too.
Lincoln's flagship SUV is already pretty decked out, but a host of changes for the 2022 model year freshen its face and introduce some thoughtful upgrades for occupants in every row.
We shouldn't expect a dramatically different design, but there'll definitely be tweaks here and there.
One of the newer luxury brands on the block, Detroit's Shinola partnered with Lincoln to create a unique concept for the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance.
Two separate recalls affect the F-350 Super Duty and the Lincoln Aviator, too, for a total of 850,546 vehicles recalled.
As the Lincoln brand approaches its 100th year, the first details emerge regarding its electrified future.
Google's Android Automotive OS and the Lincoln Intelligence System will power the "coast-to-coast" screens in upcoming models.