Explore the Forthcoming 2020 Lincoln Aviator

Ready for an all-new Lincoln luxury SUV? The Lincoln Aviator is making its long-awaited return, and it should be much improved over the previous Aviator model. The 2020 Lincoln Aviator will be a midsize SUV that slots between the Lincoln Nautilus and the Lincoln Navigator. Just one look at the new Aviator and you'll be taken aback by its sleek, elegant shape. Its sloped roofline and stylish fender vents will be similar to those of the Jaguar F-Pace or Land Rover. The new Aviator will be the first Lincoln vehicle to also come in a plug-in hybrid model, and it will be available soon at Livermore Lincoln.

You'll enjoy driving the 2020 Lincoln Aviator, which will come with a 400-horsepower twin-turbo V6 engine that has ample get-up-and-go. For even more gusto, a 450-horsepower plug-in hybrid version will be available that can run quietly in electric-only mode for a short distance. The new Aviator will deliver a smooth, composed ride, especially in higher trims that come with an Air Glide Suspension. It'll also have five standard driving modes - Normal, Excite, Conserve, Slippery, and Deep Conditions - that you can select from to customize your ride.

Inside the 2020 Lincoln Aviator, you'll be treated to a modern cockpit with easy-to-reach controls. It'll seat seven with its three rows of seats, or you can opt for the available captain's chairs and a center console that lowers seating to five. Leather upholstery will come standard in the new Aviator, along with a leather-wrapped steering wheel and an in-cabin air filter. Fold down its rear seats, and the Aviator gives you 77.7 cubic feet of cargo space. Standard features will include the Lincoln Connect infotainment system, a 10-inch touch screen, a voice-activated touchscreen navigation system, a Wi-fi hotspot, and a power liftgate. Available features in the new Aviator will include heated and ventilated seats, a panoramic sunroof, and a heated steering wheel.

You'll feel confident driving the 2020 Lincoln Aviator due to its many standard safety features. It'll come with multiple airbags, a rearview camera, lane keep assist, blind spot monitoring, automatic high beams, and rear cross traffic alert. Optional driver assistance features in the new Aviator will include traffic jam assist, active park assist, and reverse brake assist. The 2020 Lincoln Aviator will be a slick-looking cruiser with a host of standard features and eager acceleration. Contact Livermore Lincoln to set up a test drive soon.

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