2022 Lincoln Navigator SUV unveiled with hands-free driving tech that allows you to drive without touching the steering wheel.
The refreshed Lincoln Navigator SUV also comes with redesigned front and rear ends, is packed with improved technology.
Other improved features includes second row massaging seats and an Amazon’s Fire TV service for the rear-seat entertainment.
Lincoln Navigator is designed to compete with Cadillac Escalade, Mercedes-Benz GLS Class, Land Rover Range Rover and Lexus LX 570.
Ford’s luxury brand Lincoln Motor Company has unveiled the all-new 2022 Lincoln Navigator full-size luxury SUV designed to compete with models like Cadillac Escalade, Mercedes-Benz GLS Class, Land Rover Range Rover and Lexus LX 570.
The refreshed SUV, which comes with redesigned front and rear ends, is packed with improved technology — including panoramic roof, second row massaging seats and an Amazon’s Fire TV service for the rear-seat entertainment.
This service includes 16 GB of built-in storage that allows you can watch your favorite Prime Video content on the road without connectivity. There’s an updated Sync 4 infotainment system with a larger 13.2-inch center screen and improved voice recognition and navigation.
But the most impressive feature debuting on the SUV is Lincoln’s ActiveGlide hands-free highway driving system that allows hands-free driving on over 130,000 miles of pre-mapped highways across North America.
Similar to Cadillac’s Super Cruise, the feature, called BlueCruise in Ford models, uses facial recognition technology to make sure the driver is watching the road while it is in operation. It readily takes over in case of emergency or when it reaches a section of road it is incapable of operating on.
Power comes from a 3.5-liter turbocharged V6 rated at 440 hp and 510 lb-ft of torque. The power is sent to the rear or all four wheels through a 10-speed automatic transmission.
Pricing has not been announced, but the redesigned 2022 Lincoln Navigator full-size sports utility vehicle (SUV) is expected to reach dealerships across the globe early next year. The price of the outgoing version ranges from $78,000 to nearly $100,000 (excluding local taxes and destination charges in Nigeria).