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Lincoln is hoping to redefine the large luxury SUV segment with its new Navigator.
Unveiled at the 2017 New York Auto Show, the 2018 Lincoln Navigator looks much like its concept that debuted last year, but the fancy doors were tossed out for traditional units. Residing under the hood is a twin-turbo V6 engine cranking around 450 horsepower while mated to a 10-speed automatic transmission. It also weighs 200 pounds less through the use of high-strength aluminum on its body.
The luxury SUV also sees the introduction of speed-dependent adaptive lighting, which automatically adjusts the beams based on how fast the Navigator is moving. For example, a wider spread is used at lower speeds for increased visibility, while it narrows during acceleration to help eliminate the glare off signs or other distractions.
The three-seater SUV is feature rich with six USB ports, four 12-volt power outlets and a 110-volt plug to keep passengers connected while on the go. Up front there are Perfect Position seats that offer massage, heating and cooling functionality while having 30-way adjustability.
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