Lincoln debuted the all-new lavish Navigator concept at the New York Auto Show; acting as its most spacious and luxurious SUV to date. The vehicle draws inspiration from luxury sailboats and yachts, with the use of clean and modern lines, storm blue paint, teak finishes and custom gear, and the wardrobe management system.
The massive 4×4 automobile concept which has been reimagined for modern customers who are keen on better performance, more space and further refinement, features six Lincoln-patented Perfect Position Seats which adjust 30 ways to support various body types.
The car boasts a Revel audio system which produces clear and quality sound. Passengers can also take advantage of Wi-Fi connectivity, and share music and content from personal devices wirelessly, all while on-the-go.
Under the hood, the new Lincoln Navigator SUV concept harbors a 3.5-liter twin turbo V6 engine that provides the vehicle with 400 horsepower.
You can expect to see the production version of the new Lincoln Navigator in about a year, but unfortunately without the amazing gull-wing doors, as “there were never plans to bring it to fruition, but instead it’s just there to make it easier to see the proposed interior,” said Lincoln president Kumar Galhotra.