Lincoln Aviator becomes a 500-strong hybridAugust 21, 2019
Lincoln named the characteristics of the hybrid version of the large Aviator crossover, which was introduced at the end of 2018. The car received a combined installation with a total capacity of 500 horsepower.
It includes a three-liter twin-turbo V6, working in tandem with an electric motor. Previously, it was assumed that in a pair of units will produce 450 liters. s., however, it has now become known that they develop 500 liters. with. and 854 Nm of torque.
Recall that the standard version of the Aviator is equipped with a three-liter six-cylinder engine with two turbines developing 400 liters. with. and 542 Nm of torque. Transmission – 10-speed automatic.
The crossover received an adaptive suspension that works together with a front camera that scans the road surface. Based on the data obtained, the optimal stiffness settings are applied.
A fully digital dashboard and a large touchscreen display of the infotainment complex in a separate unit were installed in the cabin. The novelty became the first model of the American brand in which they used an electronic key: access to door locks, ignition and other functions of the car is carried out using a special application on a smartphone.
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