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      11-28-2018 08:22 AM #1
      Lincoln knocked this so far out of the park. I absolutely love this thing. And, unlike the Continental, nothing lost between concept and production.









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      - All-new Lincoln Aviator brings Lincoln’s design vision to life, elevating beauty and performance in the brand’s newest SUV
      - Aviator Grand Touring, with its advanced electrified hybrid technology, introduces a new level of performance from The Lincoln Motor Company
      - Intuitive and industry-leading technologies, including Phone As A Key, are designed to create an effortless experience for drivers in the all-new Aviator

      LOS ANGELES, Nov. 28, 2018 – The all-new 2020 Lincoln Aviator touches down at the Los Angeles Auto Show this week with advanced technologies that let the luxury SUV kneel to greet you, scan the road ahead for uneven pavement, and allow you to drive away using your smartphone instead of a key.

      The three-row, midsize premium utility elevates Lincoln’s design vision while delivering on Quiet Flight, a key brand concept that supports tenets of beauty, gliding, human and a crafted sanctuary. Lincoln Aviator will be available globally, entering the highest volume segment in the U.S., the midsize luxury market, and the third-highest volume segment in China.

      Also debuting is the Lincoln Aviator Grand Touring, named for its gliding power and effortless performance. This marks the first time the company has combined a twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V6 engine and advanced electrified hybrid technology capable of delivering smooth performance and instantaneous torque.

      “Aviator represents the very best of our brand DNA and signals the direction for Lincoln vehicles going forward,” says Joy Falotico, president, The Lincoln Motor Company. “It offers elegance, effortless performance and unparalleled comfort – a true representation of Lincoln’s vision for the future.”

      Power, capability and choice
      Aviator offers the kind of capability premium clients require in a three-row SUV, with available all-wheel drive and a choice of gas or hybrid powertrain. The standard twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V6 engine, paired with a 10-speed SelectShift® automatic transmission, is expected to deliver an impressive 400 horsepower and 400 lb.-ft. of torque for effortless acceleration.

      With the hybrid option, Aviator Grand Touring’s twin-turbocharged engine and advanced electrified technology is targeted to deliver even greater levels of performance. Projected to produce 450 horsepower and a massive 600 lb.-ft. of torque, the all-new Aviator Grand Touring is expected to deliver greater performance than many three-row, midsize luxury hybrid SUVs.

      “This is our most advanced hybrid technology,” says John Davis, chief program engineer, The Lincoln Motor Company. “Together with the standard twin-turbocharged gas engine and advanced electrified Grand Touring technology, Aviator is set to define effortless performance – performance that only Lincoln can deliver.”

      Lincoln Drive Modes allow clients to further customize their drive experience, while a 12.3-inch standard configurable LCD instrument cluster confirms their choices with beautiful, easy-to-read dynamic graphics and prompts. In addition to Lincoln’s five signature settings – Normal, Conserve, Excite, Slippery and Deep Conditions – two new modes are engineered specifically for Aviator Grand Touring. These modes, Pure EV and Preserve EV, allow clients to choose when and how to best use their electric energy, while an enhanced Excite mode helps maximize performance.

      Client-focused, intuitive technologies
      Aviator delivers a wealth of intuitive technologies designed to assist the driver while enhancing the overall experience of the journey. Right from the start, its suspension system automatically lowers the vehicle to “greet” the driver, adding a new level of sophistication to Lincoln’s signature welcome lighting embrace. The convenience of this feature makes loading cargo easier as well.*

      The effortlessness of the overall experience continues as clients enter, using their compatible smartphone as a key to access their vehicle. Lincoln’s Phone As A Key technology, debuting in the all-new Aviator, is activated through the Lincoln Way™ app. It allows owners to lock and unlock, open the liftgate and, most importantly, start and drive the vehicle – all without a traditional key.

      Phone As A Key offers additional amenities. Drivers can recall individual preferences for adjusting seat, mirror and steering column positions. Comfort and entertainment settings can be activated through the feature as well. If owners want to loan their Aviator to a family member or friend, the technology makes that equally effortless too, as up to four “keys” are provided with each vehicle in addition to the standard smart key fob.

      Should a phone battery go dead, a passcode can be entered on the standard exterior keypad to gain entry then a backup code can be entered on the center touch screen to start and drive the vehicle. If a phone is lost or stolen, Phone As A Key can be easily deleted, providing additional peace of mind for clients.

      Also new to Lincoln is an available technology that enables Aviator to “see” most potholes or uneven pavement and immediately make suspension adjustments to keep the ride as smooth as possible. Adaptive Suspension with Road Preview uses an advanced forward camera to constantly scan the road, seamlessly adjusting the suspension as needed.

      All Lincoln vehicles come standard with a suite of driver-assist features known as Lincoln Co-Pilot360™. With the arrival of Aviator, Lincoln’s most advanced suite of driver-assist technologies will be available in a new upgrade aptly named Lincoln Co-Pilot360™ Plus. It adds:

      - Traffic Jam Assist helps guide the vehicle using adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go, lane centering and traffic sign recognition, which scans speed limit signs along the roadway, adjusting speed based on the information obtained
      - Evasive Steer Assist offers assistance to the driver to help avoid a collision with a slower or stopped vehicle; it provides additional steering support when a collision cannot be avoided by braking alone
      - Reverse Brake Assist can help you stop the vehicle while backing up if Aviator’s integrated rear sensors and camera detect an obstacle at the rear
      - Active Park Assist Plus removes the stress from parking by taking over steering, shifting, braking and acceleration functions with the touch of a button to navigate parallel and perpendicular parking spaces with ease

      “All of this innovative technology is purposeful,” says Falotico. “Together, these features help make Aviator’s drive experience even more effortless and intuitive.”

      Aeronautical inspiration
      The boundless allure of flight has long inspired automotive design, and the all-new Lincoln Aviator takes that inspiration to the next level.

      “The connotations of flight are intrinsic in the lines of the vehicle,” says David Woodhouse, design director, The Lincoln Motor Company. “You have the stature and presence of the grille at the front, then the body and tail taper off – creating a distinct aerofoil analogy.”

      The dramatic lines of Aviator exemplify Woodhouse’s views on luxury. “Luxury is about creating something you didn’t know was possible,” he says. “It requires a certain degree of mystery, seduction and allure – factors that are decidedly in play with Aviator.”

      Aviator’s iridescent Flight Blue exterior color on display in Los Angeles complements its flowing lines. Lincoln’s signature grille is executed in high-gloss black and chrome accents that beckon the eye, while a wraparound windshield completes the aviation-inspired theme.

      An all-new Lincoln Black Label theme, Flight, harmoniously combines Luggage Tan and Ebony, further elevating the ambience of the cabin. Bright engine turn appliqués, brushed in small circles, replicate the finish of early aviation instrument panels and enhance the theme. The supple leather of the seats is minimally processed to retain its natural texture.

      Chalet is another Lincoln Black Label option for Aviator, evoking the contrasting pleasures of mountain slopes and the inherent comfort of an après-ski lodge. With Espresso and Alpine Venetian leathers and deep Silverwood appliqués, each touch is designed to awaken the senses.

      Another Lincoln Black Label theme available is Destination. Celebrating the art of travel, Destination takes its inspiration from vintage luggage, harkening back to a time when travel was rich with excitement and intrigue. Mahogany Red Venetian leather with an intricate diamond weave on the seats is complemented by smooth khaya wood appliqués – making travel both near and far a true pleasure.

      Lincoln Black Label is created for clients seeking the ultimate in a luxury experience, offering premium materials in specially curated designer themes and a host of membership privileges. The grille for the all-new Lincoln Black Label Aviator features reverse lattice mesh with a repetitive pattern of strong, bright-finished badge motifs.

      The signature grille for Lincoln Black Label Aviator Grand Touring features unique Lincoln stars embedded within the quadrants in an elegant chrome finish, while the grille for Aviator Grand Touring is also adorned with the embedded stars.

      Comfort and convenience
      Aviator’s spacious, airy cabin accentuates horizontal lines, minimizing visual clutter to deliver a soothing sanctuary. An available Revel™ Ultima™ 3D Audio System re-creates an authentic concert-hall experience by immersing occupants in rich, superior sound emanating from 28 speakers throughout the cabin.

      An ergonomically advanced steering wheel is intended for ultimate ease of use and customization; only subtle thumb movements at the 10 o’clock position are needed to access the voice command button. The steering wheel features streamlined, four-way switches at strategic positions to control music, phone and navigation functions.

      Available Perfect Position seats with Active Motion offer 30-way adjustability, massage capability and additional lumbar support for driver and front-row passenger for paramount comfort, while flexible second-row seats recline, adjust fore and aft, and slide forward for easy access to the third row. The third row provides ample seating with plenty of room left over for cargo, assuring nothing and no one is left behind. Advanced under-floor battery packaging in the Grand Touring edition allows for all the benefits of an electrified powertrain without compromising luggage space or legroom.

      Other convenience features include an available wireless phone charging pad located in the front-row center armrest, while a handy media bin is available for the front-row passenger. Multiple power outlets throughout the cabin and a standard Wi-Fi hotspot keep occupants connected wherever the journey may take them.

      “At Lincoln, we’re always thinking about the next, best way to elevate luxury for our clients,” says Falotico. “Aviator arrives at this perfect intersection – where strength and beauty meet performance and technology.”

      *Cargo and load capacity limited by weight and weight distribution.
















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      11-28-2018 08:27 AM #2
      What a beautiful SUV!
      I’m glad it hasn’t been watered down from the concept.

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      11-28-2018 08:30 AM #3
      Lincoln knocked it out of the park with this

      I can't think of another vehicle in this segment I'd rather have

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      11-28-2018 08:36 AM #4
      Yeah, that turned out amazing. Can't wait to see the full details on the Hybrid powertrain and pricing.

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      11-28-2018 08:41 AM #5
      With the hybrid option, Aviator Grand Touring’s twin-turbocharged engine and advanced electrified technology is targeted to deliver even greater levels of performance. Projected to produce 450 horsepower and a massive 600 lb.-ft. of torque.

    6. 11-28-2018 08:47 AM #6
      I spent a couple of days w/ the Lincoln product line a few weeks ago - this seems like a great addition. That interior. Damn. Looks great.

      Interesting placement of PRND et al - I'd hate for a stupid/confused passenger to hit those.

      I'm glad it has a name instead of a MK "?"
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      11-28-2018 08:38 AM #7
      Very nice indeed. I definitely like it more than the Navigator. I can do without that wheel design though.

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      11-28-2018 08:40 AM #8
      Wow, that's certainly one of the best looking SUVs out there for sure. Maybe even the best on sale right now. Love it!

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      11-29-2018 06:53 PM #9
      Quote Originally Posted by CTK View Post
      Lincoln knocked it out of the park with this

      I can't think of another vehicle in this segment I'd rather have
      Lincoln design does SUVS very well.

      With that said its a bit overly range rover, but when you are doing a two box design its difficult to be too different.

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      11-28-2018 08:33 AM #10
      Not a fan of the "twist" style wheels but I love the baseball glove color interior.

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      11-28-2018 08:40 AM #11
      Very handsome SUV. I've really liked Lincoln's styling these past few years. I'm sure the depreciation is going to be horrific and long-term reliability dubious but for the first few years while under warranty it seems like a nice ride if you can handle the sticker shock. I wonder how the pricing compares to the Volvo XC90 T8 eAWD Plug-in Hybrid Inscription?

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      11-28-2018 08:56 AM #12
      Quote Originally Posted by freedomgli View Post
      Very handsome SUV. I've really liked Lincoln's styling these past few years. I'm sure the depreciation is going to be horrific and long-term reliability dubious but for the first few years while under warranty it seems like a nice ride if you can handle the sticker shock. I wonder how the pricing compares to the Volvo XC90 T8 eAWD Plug-in Hybrid Inscription?
      To be fair, everything in this class has abysmal depreciation. And most people lease anyway. This thing's success will depend on how competitive the leases are. All of a sudden the Escalade looks old and the JGC looks cheap. And unless you are a total brand snob I can't think of what an X5, GLE or Q7 offer

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      11-28-2018 09:07 AM #13
      Quote Originally Posted by CTK View Post
      All of a sudden the Escalade looks old and the JGC looks cheap. And unless you are a total brand snob I can't think of what an X5, GLE or Q7 offer
      Isn't that the truth for real...

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      11-28-2018 12:46 PM #14
      Quote Originally Posted by CTK View Post
      To be fair, everything in this class has abysmal depreciation. And most people lease anyway. This thing's success will depend on how competitive the leases are. All of a sudden the Escalade looks old and the JGC looks cheap. And unless you are a total brand snob I can't think of what an X5, GLE or Q7 offer
      Quality? Practicality?

      I've seen this too much to fall for it again. I've seen how "well" the plastics on a 2018 Navigator have held up (hint, they haven't) as a press vehicle, on something they're asking over $100,000 for. They're both incredible looking, I'll say that much, the Aviator is no exception. But until I see that it can go 10 years without a symphony of rattles and squeeks underneath the hood I won't be impressed.
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      If the next GTI has over 300 hp off the showroom floor, I'll eat my airedale.

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      11-28-2018 01:52 PM #15
      Quote Originally Posted by IridiumB6 View Post
      Quality? Practicality?

      I've seen this too much to fall for it again. I've seen how "well" the plastics on a 2018 Navigator have held up (hint, they haven't) as a press vehicle, on something they're asking over $100,000 for. They're both incredible looking, I'll say that much, the Aviator is no exception. But until I see that it can go 10 years without a symphony of rattles and squeeks underneath the hood I won't be impressed.
      I have a 7 year old Lincoln... it's not the most opulent bespoke hand crafted thing but it's holding up fine. I'd much rather a little scuffed plastic than the general horror of out-of-warranty German luxury car ownership.

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      11-28-2018 03:37 PM #16
      Quote Originally Posted by IridiumB6 View Post
      Quality? Practicality?

      I've seen this too much to fall for it again. I've seen how "well" the plastics on a 2018 Navigator have held up (hint, they haven't) as a press vehicle, on something they're asking over $100,000 for. They're both incredible looking, I'll say that much, the Aviator is no exception. But until I see that it can go 10 years without a symphony of rattles and squeeks underneath the hood I won't be impressed.
      Genuinely curious if you have proof of this. Press cars don't live the easiest life. We almost bought a 2018 Navigator and will probably be buying one of these. When I say probably, I mean like 95%.

      We have a 7 year old Fusion PHEV with 100k+ that has never stranded us, broken down, required any abnormal service and actually feels very good and solid for a 100k car..
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      11-28-2018 04:14 PM #17
      Quote Originally Posted by IridiumB6 View Post
      Quality? Practicality?

      I've seen this too much to fall for it again. I've seen how "well" the plastics on a 2018 Navigator have held up (hint, they haven't) as a press vehicle, on something they're asking over $100,000 for. They're both incredible looking, I'll say that much, the Aviator is no exception. But until I see that it can go 10 years without a symphony of rattles and squeeks underneath the hood I won't be impressed.
      My mom just picked up a loaded Q7 a few months ago, so I'm actually pretty eager to compare it to the Aviator. From what I'm reading, the Aviator may outstrip the Q7's price in its higher trims - IIRC the Audi tops out around $75K, and it's looking like the Lincoln could push well above $80K in hybrid guise.

      I feel like the Escalade was a big jump forward for Cadillac interiors when the current gen debuted - I remember a Motor Trend comparo against the Range Rover, among others, where they singled out the Escalade's interior quality as being the best. Even with small victories like that, though, interior quality seems to be a consistent criticism across Cadillac's lineup, so I hope Lincoln has determined that they're not going to let that be a weak point anymore. The Aviator's interior looks exceptional in these photos, and I love that Lincoln has zeroed in on a unique design language that can't be mistaken for any other automaker.

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      11-28-2018 01:29 PM #18
      Quote Originally Posted by CTK View Post
      To be fair, everything in this class has abysmal depreciation. And most people lease anyway. This thing's success will depend on how competitive the leases are. All of a sudden the Escalade looks old and the JGC looks cheap. And unless you are a total brand snob I can't think of what an X5, GLE or Q7 offer
      I think the X5/X7 and GLE/GLS are going to be just fine based on what I've seen so far. Love the Aviator regardless though.
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    19. 11-28-2018 03:13 PM #19
      Quote Originally Posted by J.Yossarian View Post
      Lincoln knocked this so far out of the park. I absolutely love this thing. And, unlike the Continental, nothing lost between concept and production.
      They've learned the hard way with former "2016 MKS" not to overpromise with a concept and now no longer preview upcoming models with overdone concepts. Also, it's not hard to do this when working with an ideal architecture versus a compromised FWD iteration.

      To make the Continental look right or concept identical, would've entailed a roughly 18 month delay in launch to make further changes. Like this Aviator, the serial D544 Continental was frozen and beyond correction in 2015-16. Thankfully Lincoln did not overdo the Navigator and Aviator concepts, like Subaru does with theirs too often.

      Quote Originally Posted by whitejeep1989 View Post
      What a beautiful SUV!
      I’m glad it hasn’t been watered down from the concept.
      Well, why would it be? There's no time for that. I get the impression maybe you think they developed the "concept" first, but that isn't the case. The final designs for both the U611 and U625 were known roughly 2 years ago. CD6 is debuted by them both. The Aviator concept project was initiated last year, after production exteriors were frozen. They cannot make further changes once that happened just because of public feedback. If you have the final production design as a guide for your "concept", it is up to them from there to do it justice, and not redo/enhance the design too much from the real deal.

      Most "concepts" nowadays are developed like this anyway, as seen with the BMW 8-Series. Production cars cloaked in fancier clothes for the show circuit. The '17 Continental suffered, because they added too much glitz and changed the stance quite a bit for the concept. By the time the Continental Concept was getting its final touches in early 2015, the design freeze for the production D544 was already many months past and Lincoln knew it was a tease, with no time to revise the D544 with better proportions. Otherwise it would've become the 2018.5 Continental and sell a little better.

      I don't think there's been any Lincoln production car this century. that was based on a concept strictly and then developed into production car from there. Things like the Nissan GT-R R35, Lexus LF-LC_LC 500, Toyota FT-1_A90 Supra, and 2006 Camaro Concept_2010 Camaro are unique in execution, which as a result took years to release after an initial showing. Eight months is not enough time to do that.

      Even the new Mazda3 design was designed 2 years ago, months befoe the Kai Concept debuted in late 2017. It is just time-consuming and expensive for modern-day OEMs to base their styling programmes on a showcar and deliver quickly. Thus the Aviator Concept was just an early look at the U611 with added touches, not the inspiration that could be watered-down or "kept true".

      Unfortunately automotive media forever get this reality wrong and lazily just continue to mislead the masses.
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      As expected this looks fantastic.

      I hope they sell a whole bunch of these things.

      (Preferably at a 20%+ discount so I can get one cheap )


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      Welp, I have buyers remorse all the sudden.
      Oh no... you didn't buy this one, did you?


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