The expensive version of the Lincoln Aviator crossover costs 91,345 dollarsJanuary 23, 2019
According to the official price list for the American novelty, the basic version of the model is estimated at $ 52,195. Acceptance of orders for the crossover will begin next month, and the first deliveries are scheduled for the spring of 2019.
We were impressed with the new Lincoln Aviator crossover since its prototype was first introduced last year at the New York Auto Show. The serial version of the novelty was shown just a couple of months ago at an exhibition in Los Angeles. From the exterior of a prestigious car, I would highlight the floating lines of the body and tinted rear windows. Looking at him you can say that this is a truly elegant crossover. Inside the car is also a lot of luxury, and now we know for sure how much it will cost to have all this good.
The basic equipment of the mid-size crossover is estimated at $ 52,195, and for $ 91,345 you can purchase a version of the model that is equipped with everything you could want.
What is there there is – an adaptive air suspension, adaptive steering, four-wheel drive, 21-inch wheels, a system of driver assistance Co-Pilot360, a new generation of infotainment system SYNC 3, chairs with massage and much more.
Under the hood, the Lincoln Aviator has a hybrid power unit manufactured by Lincoln, which consists of a 3.0-liter V6 Twin-Turbo engine, coupled with a 10-speed automatic transmission. So far there are no exact figures, but according to the assurances of the guys from Lincoln, the maximum power will be 450 horsepower (813 Nm of torque). In addition, a 400-horsepower V6 Twin-Turbo engine will be offered.
Not so long ago, our edition wrote that the Lincoln electric car will be built on the basis of the upcoming Ford Mustang EV.
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