When it comes to recognizable names in exclusive luxury, Navigator is up there with Prada, Four Seasons, and Gulfstream. It is with little surprise that the 2022 Lincoln Navigator is leading the vanguard of style and tech innovations to new levels.
“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. “The new Navigator will continue to play a critical role in differentiating our brand and will welcome even more new clients to Lincoln.”
The 2022 Lincoln Navigator is debuting with new exterior design elements, advanced technology, and purposeful features and experiences, the Lincoln flagship will continue to build on its success to meet and exceed the discerning needs of luxury clients.
The new 2022 Navigator is the first Lincoln vehicle to offer ActiveGlide. Evolution of Intelligent Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop-and-Go, Lane Centering, and Speed Sign Recognition, Lincoln ActiveGlide* adds a new level of convenience for drivers. Signature blue light cues appear on the digital cluster and head-up display to indicate when the system’s advanced camera and radar are activated, enabling drivers to operate Navigator hands-free on pre-qualified sections of divided highways. Hands-Free Blue Zones include more than 130,000 miles of dedicated highways across North America in the Lincoln GPS mapping system. A driver-facing camera in the instrument cluster monitors eye gaze and head position to help ensure a driver’s eyes stay on the road.
From the updated signature grille and new front, this new Navigator has an even more dynamic presence on the road. Standard adaptive pixel projector headlamps debut with a new look that accentuates the fascia and imparts a modern aesthetic to the SUV. New 3D tail lamps fade from the center out upon welcome and out to center upon farewell, creating a depth that gives the LED lights a more dynamic look and enhances the overall welcome of Lincoln Embrace, providing balance and a commanding stance.
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. “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.”
Navigator designers and engineers obsessed over creating a true sanctuary with a whisper-quiet ride for all. The upgraded massage system available in the exceptionally comfortable 30-way Perfect Position Seats takes relaxation for driver and front passenger to a new level, and it doesn’t stop there. Second-row seats now come with standard heat, ventilation, and available segment-first massage capability with Active Motion. Even better, second-row passengers can now control their seat, climate, and audio settings on a new 5.8-inch digital module.
This expansive interior is the ideal environment to experience authentic sound from every seat. The Revel™ Ultima™ 3D audio system available for the 2022 Navigator features 28 speakers that envelop each occupant in rich, precise, multidimensional sound. The calming atmosphere is enhanced by six unique symphonic chimes recorded by the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. These crystalline chimes replace standard electronic alerts to inform drivers of everything from an open fuel door to an unbuckled seat belt. Navigator.
Lincoln has covered every detail in the new Navigator and we will have more to say after our first drive.
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