Lincoln Navigator One SUV revealed – just 30 examples of the limited-edition luxurious SUV will be built.
Built exclusively for the Chinese market, Navigator One is based on the Navigator L long-wheelbase model.
Navigator One comes with a pair of captain’s chairs making it look like the cabin of a first-class airliner.
Also features starlight LEDs, Massive Rear Screen, and a tea bar with Jianzhan ceramics.
Pre-orders opened at the Chengdu Motor Show last week, and its likely that the Navigator One is already sold out.
Lincoln has released an ultra-luxury version of its range-topping Navigator SUV at the Chengdu Motor Show in China. Dubbed the Lincoln Navigator One, the limited-edition variant, built exclusively for the Chinese market, is based on the Navigator L long-wheelbase model.
Unlike the top trims available in the US, Lincoln replaces the third-row seats with a mighty pair of captain’s chairs making it look like the cabin of a first-class airliner.
In addition, the SUV gets a starlight LEDs built into the roof liner, Massive Rear Screen, a piping on the upholstery throughout the car and an integrated tea bar with Jianzhan ceramics.
Finished in a two-tone paint – a Purple on top paired with a Fanhai Blue that is matched with the interior theme of Chuanjue Purple – the SUV rides on 22″ wheels in a complementary silver/purple colorway.
Lincoln hasn’t revealed any mechanical specs for the Navigator One. But Navigator One is expected to use the same drivetrain as other models, with a 3.5-liter turbocharged V6 delivering 440 horsepower and 510 lb-ft of torque.
Just 30 units of the China-only Navigator One will be built, with Lincoln suggesting a retail price of 1,888,000 yuan (N117 million Naira, excluding local taxes). Pre-orders opened at the Chengdu Motor Show last week, and its likely that the limited-edition Navigator One is already sold out.