As you enter the new aviator, the suspension system automatically reduces itself as a “greet” mode, which includes welcome lighting. Owners can also use the “Phone As A Key” tech brand, powered by the Lincoln Way app, to unlock and lock the doors, and even start the vehicle. Several security technologies are also standard, included in the Lincoln Co-Pilot360 Drive Assist.
Some additional security tools include Traffic Assistant, Evasive Steer Assist and Active Park Assist Plus. Step inside and you’ll find a 12.3-inch LCD screen. Even the in-car alert sounds were recorded by the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. The seats have 30-way adjustability, massage capacity and extra support in the lumbar spine. Lincoln has not announced pricing or sales yet, but we fully expect Lincoln Lincoln Aviator to cost more than his cousin, the next next generation of Ford Explorer.