The new Lincoln Aviator now answers your questions while you drive

Posted by LAURA BURSTEIN in Rap Report America. The iconic Lincoln Aviator has been updated, further refining its look and adding new technology. The latest version of the three-row mid-size SUV features updates to the grille, headlights and a series of animated daytime running lights. But the real news is inside, introducing the Lincoln Digital Experience.

Driven by the operating system Android Automotive by Google, Lincoln Digital Experience Provides seamless integration Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa. With this, users can easily control multiple functions, preferring voice commands instead of dealing with a large number of menus and buttons.

To understand the direction of the new Lincoln Aviator, we look back at the 2022 debut of the brand's manifesto concept cars, the Star and L-100. Lincoln designers, led by Kemal Curic, insisted on a change in their thinking about building a car.

Instead of starting outdoors, the course begins in the cabin. “We've taken an inside-out approach, designing the user experience first,” design director Anthony Lo said when the comments were revealed. “We think about the space we want to create and create a summary of all the experiences, the driver, the passenger, and then we go back and identify the design around that.”

Interior of the Lincoln Aviator

The interior of the Lincoln Aviator stays true to the design principles of its predecessors, with broad, horizontal lines intended to create a sense of calm.

The touchscreen is bigger than before, but it looks a bit smaller compared to some of the competition's wider screens (as seen on Lucid's new Gravity, for example).

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Lincoln Aviator

Small tweaks like a wireless charging pad within the driver's arm's reach improve convenience. The push-button “piano key” shift lever has also been redesigned, and second-row passengers have a new 5.8-inch screen to control the climate and media settings.

Four new cabin color schemes are available for “Reserve” models, including Harvest Bronze with Onyx Black accents and Hot Chocolate with the same color accents.

The Black Label trim package is available with a new “Invitation” theme, including Onyx Black leather upholstery, Brandy contrast stitching and open-pore wood accents from Kaia wood, a more sustainable alternative to mahogany.

Lincoln Aviator

While rival Cadillac recently announced an upcoming all-electric Wistic in the same segment, Lincoln opted to stick with the twin-turbo 3.0-liter V-6 for the Aviator, an engine that produces 400 hp and 415 lb-ft of torque.

As before, it's available with either rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive and is equipped with a standard Class III trailer hitch, allowing a maximum towing capacity of 5,000 pounds.

New to the Aviator is Ford's BlueCruise, a true hands-free driving system that automatically turns, brakes, accelerates and changes lanes on certain certified roads.

Pricing for the new version of the model is slightly higher than its predecessor, starting at $59,890 for the base Premier version, while the entry point for the top-of-the-line Black Label version is $88,390.

However, parent company Ford says the new Lincoln Aviator includes more standard features, which it says explains the increase. The 2025 SUV is scheduled to arrive at dealerships this summer.

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