2020 Lincoln Aviator Is A Real Life Transformer
Slotted between the Nautilus and Navigator, it’s the goldilocks standard of “just right” when it comes to sophistication and stamina. The 2020 Lincoln Aviator is returning to the market next year and preparing for impact.
I mean, it’s a Lincoln, so we’re expecting dramatic features. But there’s one in particular that captivated our interest. The new 2020 Lincoln Aviator includes a polite, tech-savvy co-pilot who kneels to greet its guests upon entering with the Adaptive Suspension feature. It’s the classiest step-stool you’ll ever use. It lowers when you open the door and retreats when you close it. This (literally) just added a new level to luxury competition.
And as you probably suspected, that is only the beginning. The 2020 Aviator makes room for its guests by backing up the drivers’ seat upon entrance and auto-adjusting once you’re in your seat and the engine has started.
In addition, the spacious crossover offers several Lincoln drive modes that enhance the riding experience. The Aviator will feature five drive modes – Normal, Conserve, Excite, Slippery, and Deep Conditions. Meanwhile, the Aviator Grand Touring will provide Pure EV and Preserve EV.
Select Deep Conditions mode and your Aviator will increase the ground clearance to its highest position, making sure it delivers on its utmost capability promise. Once you clear the 70mph mark, the SUV automatically lowers to a height that can handle higher speeds.Making you feel like you’re flying first-class, every time.
There are definitely a lot of promises the Aviator has to fulfill, but perhaps the biggest is Lincoln design director, David Woodhouse’s who claimed “It will be the most powerful Lincoln we’ve ever built.”