The Lincoln Navigator accounts for over 33% of the brand’s conquest clientele. The Lincoln flagship is expanding on its popularity by meeting and exceeding the demanding expectations of premium customers, with new external design features, innovative technology, and purposeful features and experiences.
“The confident, new look of Navigator and the introduction of advanced features such as Lincoln ActiveGlide – our hands-free driver-assist technology – are great examples of how we elevate our sanctuary experience and keep our vehicles fresh,” said Joy Falotico, president, Lincoln.
He continued: “The new Navigator will continue to play a critical role in differentiating our brand and will welcome even more new clients to Lincoln.”
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Connected and high-tech for an immersive experience
The new Lincoln Navigator 2022 is the first car to have ActiveGlide. Lincoln ActiveGlide is an advancement of Intelligent Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop-and-Go, Lane Centering, and Speed Sign Recognition that provides drivers with a new degree of convenience.
When the system’s sophisticated camera and radar are enabled, signature blue light signals show on the digital cluster and head-up display, allowing drivers to use Navigator hands-free on prequalified parts of split roads. The Lincoln GPS mapping system includes more than 130,000 miles of dedicated roadways throughout North America in the Hands-Free Blue Zones.
Eye gaze and head posture are monitored by a driver-facing camera in the instrument cluster to assist keep the driver’s attention on the road.
With double the computational power and the ability to wirelessly connect cellphones for seamless integration of Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and SYNC AppLink applications, the Navigator SYNC 4 system is more intuitive than ever.
SYNC 4 assures a smooth ride by answering natural language queries and making route planning simple, giving customers more possibilities to personalize their Navigator.
Lincoln Enhance provides wireless software upgrades for the new Navigator, bringing the most up-to-date system and modem technology and enhancements. The upgrades include new features and perform preventive maintenance to cut down on repair visits and boost performance, enabling Navigator to improve over time.
The more integrated Amazon Alexa is, the better. Clients get complimentary access to important features for up to three years with the built-in hands-free experience.
SYNC 4’s Alexa features make it simpler to play music, get directions, monitor traffic, control smart home devices, locate parking, pay for gas, and more – all while keeping your hands on the wheel and your eyes on the road. Clients may use Alexa to organically connect with their automobiles, saying things like “Alexa, locate the nearest gas station” or “Alexa, what’s on my schedule today?”
Inside and outside the car, Lincoln Navigator owners will be able to make use of Amazon’s world-class voice AI and intelligent features.
Lincoln is bringing smart homes and linked cars closer together with the Lincoln Way app for Alexa, which users can use to operate vehicle operations such as start/stop engine, lock and unlock doors, monitor vehicle range, and tire pressure all from the comfort of their own home.
In addition, the Navigator comes with a built-in Fire TV experience. Fire TV provides passengers with a personalized rear-seat entertainment experience that allows them to view movies and TV programs, play games, listen to music, and more.
The 2022 Lincoln Navigator’s design is as commanding as it is elegant
“Elevating a vehicle as successful as Navigator is no small feat, and our team accomplished this with pride – turning heads and pulling our clients into the sophisticated, sleek design both inside and out,” said Kemal Curic, design director, Lincoln.
He adds: “Building on what we already know and further refining our strengths, we explored more ways for clients to enjoy the sanctuary of their vehicle, using it as a space for personal relaxation and wellness – from home, to work and to stationary moments.”
With a redesigned iconic grille and new front end, the 2019 Navigator features a striking look that gives it a more dynamic presence on the road. The standard adaptive pixel projector headlights get a new style that emphasizes the fascia and gives the SUV a more contemporary appearance.
New 3D taillamps fade from the center out during welcome and back to the center during departure, adding depth to the LED lights and enhancing the overall welcome of the Lincoln Embrace, which provides balance and a commanding attitude.
SYNC 4’s tranquil Constellation visual design language, which is exclusive to Lincoln, creates a seamless experience with additional possibilities and degrees of personalization.
Constellation is also included on the 12-inch programmable digital cluster and re-imagined head-up display, which has superior speech recognition and a navigation operating system through a new and bigger 13.2-inch center stack screen.
Second-row passengers may now adjust temperature and audio settings using a new 5.8-inch digital module.
Designers and engineers of the Lincoln Navigator were preoccupied with developing a real sanctuary with a whisper-quiet journey for everyone. The enhanced massaging technology, which is offered in the very comfortable 30-way Perfect Position Seats, elevates driver and front passenger relaxation to new heights, and it doesn’t stop there.
Second-row seats now have standard heat, ventilation, and Active Motion massage functionality, which is a category first. Even better, second-row passengers may now use a new 5.8-inch digital module to adjust their seat, temperature, and audio settings.
This spacious cabin provides the perfect setting for experiencing true sound from every seat. The 2022 Navigator’s RevelTM UltimaTM 3D audio system has 28 speakers that surround each passenger in rich, precise, multidimensional sound.
Six distinct symphonic chimes recorded by the Detroit Symphony Orchestra add to the relaxing ambiance. These crystalline chimes take the place of traditional electronic alarms to notify drivers of anything from an open fuel door to an unbuckled seat belt.
In addition, the Navigator has a new Lincoln Play system with Fire TV to improve the rear entertainment experience. Lincoln sound engineers created a slew of new networking options, with the possibility of further intelligent updates through Lincoln Enhance.
Definition of premium luxury
Through Navigator steering, suspension, powertrain, and torque delivery, Lincoln engineers target everything from sight, sound, touch, and feel, optimizing ride and handling for all weather conditions and ensuring customers enjoy a seamless, first-class experience.
With an innovative 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6 engine that delivers a combination of power and refinement with an astonishing 440 horsepower and 510 lb.-ft. of torque, the 2022 Navigator has a responsive drivetrain and exceptional handling skills.
Adaptive Suspension with Road Preview, which helps to guarantee a smooth ride, is also new to the Lincoln Navigator’s portfolio of smart features.
12 sensors, including a forward-facing camera, continually monitor body motions and vehicle motion, as well as the steering, accelerating, and braking actions, reading the road 500 times per second and immediately prompting modifications up to 100 times per second to prevent any unpleasant effects.
Trailer Reverse Guidance has been added to the Heavy-Duty Trailer Tow Package, which employs high-resolution cameras to give various views as well as steering guidance graphics to aid in backing up and handling a trailer. When combined with Pro-Trailer Backup Assist, backing up a trailer or boat becomes as simple as turning a dial.
The Lincoln Navigator features the most standard and available driver-assist technology in its class, and Lincoln is continuing to expand on its comprehensive, standard suite – Lincoln Co-Pilot360 2.0 – to provide customers with even more options.