Lincoln revived the Aviator

Avto 29 March, 2018
  • Germain Goyer

    Wednesday, 28 march 2018 14:31

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    Wednesday, 28 march 2018 14:31

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    After having unveiled the Nautilus at the motor show in Los Angeles, Lincoln has benefited from the forum offered by the auto Show in New York city to announce the comeback of the Aviator.

    Receiving its premiere, this sport utility vehicle (SUV) joined the ranks of its little and big brothers that are the MKC, the MKX (which will be replaced by Nautilus), MKT and Navigator.

    All the details in link with the production version have not yet been shared by Lincoln.

    It was in 2003 that the Aviator has seen the light of day. Built on the same platform as the Ford Explorer, it was more compact than the Navigator. The year 2005 marked the end of the first generation and it has not been subsequently renewed.

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    For the first time, Lincoln will offer the technology plug-in hybrid on one of its vehicles. It will be a combination of a petrol engine biturbo and an electric motor. The autonomy of the Aviator in all-electric mode has not yet been disclosed.

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    The buyers of this potential Aviator will be able to outright replace their key with their smart phone. They will be able to lock and unlock the doors, open the tailgate and of course, start the vehicle from their smart phone.

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