Lincoln announces the premiere of the revived Aviator SUVMarch 16, 2018
New Lincoln Aviator will build on the platform of the next generation Explorer. The official premiere of the novelty will be held on March 28 at the Auto Show in New York.
The company Lincoln has published a small teaser video of the new SUV Aviator. The release of cars under this name was discontinued more than 10 years ago. The official premiere of the novelty will be held on March 28 at the Auto Show in New York. On this motor show, the public will be shown the concept of the future model.
All information about the car while kept a secret. According to unofficial data, Aviator will build on the platform of the next generation Explorer. The car will be cave in size to a new generation of off-road car Navigator. The car will receive an aluminum case, and a ten-speed automatic transmission.
In the model range of the brand, the novelty is likely to be a replacement for the MKT crossover. Exact dates the appearance of the serial version of the SUV on world markets is still unknown.
The first generation of Aviator SUV was produced from 2003 to 2005. The length of the machine is 4 910 mm and its width is 1877 mm. The size of the wheelbase is 2.888 mm. The car was equipped with a 4.6-liter gasoline engine. The power of the unit is 306 horsepower.
The latest premiere of Lincoln was the new mid-size crossover Nautilus, which became a replacement for the MKX model. The American company decided to abandon the use of the previous 3.7-liter gasoline V6 engine in favor of the supercharged engines. The basic engine will be a two-liter 4-cylinder turbo with a capacity of 245 horsepower. In addition, will be available 2.7-liter six-cylinder unit family EcoBoost, issuing 335 hp. and 515 Nm of torque.