The breathtaking design moved into mass production; here is Lincoln Aviator
29 November 2018 21:30
Lincoln Aviator, which comes out with its mass production version at the Los Angeles Auto Show, will be a brand new challenge for its brand.
Lincoln, the gruesome representative of the gigantic-sized class at the top of the SUV class, could not remain more indifferent to the lower-class mobility that consumers were attracted to. The American manufacturer, who we saw in a position that we can see as ambitious in a different class after a long time, made its first announcement in March. The brand, which draws great attention with its concept model named Aviator, presents this vehicle ready for mass production with the Los Angeles Auto Show. Lincoln, which takes almost all the feedbacks on the concept design lines into consideration, will carry it into mass production without making a serious change in Aviator's design character. As an example, we can say that the vehicle is a direct competitor to the Audi Q7, Mercedes-Benz GLE and Volvo XC90.
Under the hood of Lincoln Aviator, we come across an engine combination that will include Ford America in similar class models. The machine, which is in the form of 3.0-liter bi-turbo V6, will transfer the 400 horsepower and 542 Nm torque values it produces to the ground through a 10-speed automatic transmission. Lincoln offers the Aviator on the rear wheel drive from the entry level. Users can optionally choose the vehicle with all-wheel drive. The option that makes Aviator the most important for us will be its hybrid version. This version, which will go down to asphalt with 450 horsepower and 815 Nm of torque, also includes a mode that allows fully electric driving. Let's not mention that Lincoln has for now decided not to share range and performance figures in this version. With the supports such as adaptive suspension system, digital switch technology, Co-Pilot360 that allows semi-autonomous driving, the price information of Aviator will become clear in the coming days.