The Lincoln Navigator has been debuted more than 20 years ago and will be upgraded as the next-gen 2021 Lincoln Navigator. This full size SUV has been offering powerful and comfortable driving experience for high-end SUV lovers. Below are the latest updates of this full size and luxury SUV.
2021 Lincoln Navigator Exterior and Interior Redesign
In the overall design of 2021 Navigator, there will be 200-pound weight reduction. However, this SUV remains large as its standard-wheelbase model is over 17 feet long and the long-wheelbase version is 18.5 feet. The highlight of new 2021 Navigator is its interior. The upgraded version of Navigator offer perfect position front seats which are from Lincoln Continental sedan.
Both front seats have 30-way adjustability and offer heating, cooling and massage. The second row seats are provided with audio and climate controls. The third row offer super wide legroom and the ability to recline.
The cargo space of upcoming Navigator will be 19 cubic feet of space behind the third row. If the rear seas are fold flat through electronic way, the cargo space will add up to 57 cubic feet. If second and third row are fold, there will be over 103 cubic feet of usable cargo space.
Inside the cabin, this car will be equipped with sophisticated features such as 10-inch touchscreen, a reconfigurable home screen with lots of shortcut buttons makes Sync 3 super easy to use. The embedded navigation software has one-box address entry and pinch-to-zoom map capability.
Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are both standard, and Sync 3 is even compatible with Amazon Alexa. Further, a Wi-Fi hotspot is also standard and can support 10 devices. Wireless charging is available, in addition to six USB ports scattered throughout the cabin.
2021 Lincoln Navigator Engine and Safety Features, Price, and Release Date
This SUV will be powered with a 3.5-liter twin-turbocharged V6, generating 450 horsepower and 510 pound-feet of torque. Despite its power and size, the next gen Navigator will have better fuel economy, EPA ratings of 16 miles per gallon city, 21 mpg highway and 18 mpg combined. There will be other driving modes such as 4×4 Automatic, Slippery for mud and snow, Deep for even tougher terrain and Slow Climb. This car is able to tow up to 8,700 pounds.
This luxury and powerful SUV is surely equipped with great safety features. It will have blind-spot monitoring, lane-keeping assist and adaptive cruise control,and many more. Unfortunately, the precise date of launching hasn’t been announced. This great car will be sold starting at around $100,000. 2021 Lincoln Navigator’s price touches six digits, but it is surely worthwhile.