Lincoln Navigator Concept opens up for New York auto show debut (pictures)
Lincoln revealed the Navigator Concept at the 2016 New York auto show.
Lincoln calls the paint on the Navigator Concept Storm Blue.
The interior features six perfect position seats that offer 30-way adjustment abilities.
The concept is powered by a 3.5-liter twin-turbocharged V-6 engine making more than 400 horsepower.
Lincoln says the Navigator Concept's design team drew inspiration from luxury sailboats and yachts.
Numerous drive modes adjust steering, suspension and noise level settings.
Designers targeted giving the Navigator Concept improved performance, more space and higher levels of refinement.
The Storm Blue paint job on the outside is suppose to mimic the grays and the blues of the sea and sky.
The aluminum wheels on the Lincoln Navigator Concept that made its world debut at the New York Auto Show.
Power gullwing doors offer easy access to the Navigator Concept's cabin.
Concertina steps provide easier interior ingress and egress into the Navigator Concept's cabin.
A custom wardrobe management system is included inside of the Lincoln Navigator Concept's cabin.
The Navigator Concept features a pre-collision assist with pedestrian detection system, which uses both camera and radar to monitor the road ahead for potential impacts.
Deployable steps help make getting in and out of the Navigator Concept easier.
A Wi-Fi connection will help keep occupants entertained during road trips in the Navigator Concept.
Each drive mode in the Navigator Concept features its own digital cluster animation theme.
Digital touchscreens are also included inside of the Navigator Concept to keep passengers entertained.