Aviator offers two powertrains — a standard twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V6 gas engine and the Grand Touring’s hybrid powertrain with more horsepower and torque.
The 2020 Lincoln Aviator represents a starting point for the automaker—with the endpoint being an electric vehicle in 2021.
With the hybrid option, Aviator Grand Touring’s twin-turbocharged engine and advanced electrified technology takes the levels of performance even higher, with an impressive 494 combined horsepower and best-in-class 630 combined ft.-lbs. of torque.
The 2020 Lincoln Aviator Grand Touring edition’s electric motor has a maximum output of 75 kilowatts and a 13.6-kilowatt-hour battery pack. The electric motor was designed to complement the performance of the twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V6 engine. Together, they produce performance while maintaining a whisper-quiet cabin.
2020 Lincoln Aviator Comes Loaded With Tech
The new Lincoln 3-row SUV comes with a slew of technical features designed to make driving and riding in the vehicle more pleasurable.
Complementing the powertrain performance is an advanced suspension that pairs pothole mitigation and Lincoln-first road preview technology to create a ride that adjusts to nearly any situation.
Key components of this advanced suspension include; Available Adaptive Suspension, Available Lincoln-first Adaptive Suspension with Road Preview and Available Air Glide Suspension.
Lincoln’s Aviator comes with 5 different standard drive modes including;Normal, Conserve, Excite, Slippery and Deep Conditions.
The Grand Touring Aviator comes with 2 additional drive modes, Peserver EV and Pure EV.
Lincoln Co-Pilot360 Plus comes as an available option for purchase providing increased safety with a vast array of driver assist technologies. It also comes with available Adaptive Pixel LED Headlamps, which adjust to bends and curves in the road.
Lincoln Interior Preserves the Luxury Brand
An available Revel® Ultima 3D Audio System re-creates an authentic concert-hall experience by immersing occupants in rich, superior sound emanating from 28 speakers throughout the cabin.
It offers a choice between three listening modes – stereo, audience and on-stage – while a control slider in the center stack allows clients to fully immerse themselves in sound, enjoying music the way they want to hear it.
Lincoln designers went to great detail in creating an immersive interior experience. The SUV’s vehicle alert chimes (i.e. open door, safety belt) were recorded by the Detroit Symphony Orchestra.
Other convenience features include an available wireless charging pad for compatible mobile phones located in the front-row center armrest, while a handy media bin is available for the front-row passenger. Multiple power outlets throughout the cabin and a standard Wi-Fi hotspot keep occupants connected.