While the 2020 Lincoln Aviator is a new three-row midsized luxury SUV, its long and low stance makes it look a little bit more like a lifted wagon, and that is a-okay with me.
And if it drives even half as well as its big brother, the Navigator, the Aviator is going to be quite choice.
Powered by a standard three litre twin turbo B6 good for 400 horsepower and an equal amount of torque.
Each Aviator has optional all wheel but they will come standard with a ten speed automatic transmission.
But, that's not the exciting part, the Grand touring model features a plug in hybrid drive train, and that little electric boost puts out 450 horsepower.
Get this, 600 pound feet or torque, if this is the future of luxury go-getters, sign me up.
A new four-corner air suspension uses a camera to map the road ahead and adjust the suspension accordingly when it finds any anomalies in the pavement.
It's kind of like a souped up version of magnetic ride control.
And for the most luxurious ride possible, you have to opt for the perfect position seats.
Now these are taken right out of the Navigator.
They are adjustable 30 ways.
They offer heating, cooling, and massaging.
They are like the **** cradlers that you never knew you needed.
We've got no word on pricing yet, but I would expect the 2020 Lincoln Aviator to start somewhere around 50 grand.
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