First appearance of Lincoln Aviator was back in 2003, but it was discontinued just after few years in production. Now we will get all-new second-generation 2019 Lincoln Aviator Future Aviator for 2019 will be positioned in the Lincoln lineup just between Nautilus and Navigator. Exterior design cues were taken from the new Navigator. For example, strait lines on the chassis and big front grille. 3D shaped grille looks very interesting and it is done in high-gloss black color along with chrome accents. Around back, 2019 Aviator comes with quad exhaust outlets with chrome accents and LED taillights connected with long horizontal line. Speaking of interior, it is designed to accommodate up to seven passengers in three rows of seats. Lincoln’s Perfect Position seats are covered with soft leather, and they are equipped with massage function and 30-way adjustability. Other equipment will include multi-function steering wheel and 12-inch display, Sync infotainment system and even Smartphone Key function. This means that it will use phone as a key to open the trunk, lock and unlock the doors and even start the engine. Aviator also come with Wi-Fi Hotspot and Lincoln’s Co-Pilot 360 system. This system features blind spot monitoring, lane keeping assist, cross-traffic alert, automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, automatic high-beam headlights and Reverse Brake Assist with sensors and reversing camera.
2019 Lincoln Aviator engine performance and fuel economy
2019 Lincoln Aviator engine specs are still unavailable for now, but it should be powered by twin-turbo engine. Some rumors indicate that upcoming Aviator engine could generate around 350 horsepower. Production of this SUV was done on the same platform as Ford Explorer. Plug-in hybrid model will offered as well. 2019 Lincoln Aviator fuel economy specs are still a mystery. They should be available after some serious road tests.
2019 Lincoln Aviator release date and price review
2019 Lincoln Aviator release date is expected sometime during 2019. Main rivals on the market will be Audi Q7 and Volvo XC90. 2019 Lincoln Aviator price range is not announced, but we exoect it could sell for around $55,000.