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Welcome the latest to join the Lincoln stable, the three-row crossover Aviator.
Lincoln is slowing dropping the confusing MK- naming convention in favor of more traditional monikers.
Lincoln hasn't said much about what's under the hood, save that it will be a twin-turbo engine, optionally mated to plug-in hybrid technology.
Drivers will be able to lock, unlock and start the Aviator from their phone.
The gas-only engine will be available in rear-wheel drive, while the plug-in hybrid will only get all-wheel drive.
A new predictive suspension system can read the road ahead and adjust accordingly. Say good-bye to surprise potholes.
The interior looks pretty slick, but we're still not on board with that push-button transmission.
Third-row seats seem to have enough room for a fully-grown adult.
Ford's new Co-Pilot360 suite of driving aids will be standard, as well, with automatic emergency braking, lane-keeping assist and more.
No word on pricing or availability yet, but we bet we'll see the Aviator in dealerships sometime in 2019.