The All-New Lincoln Navigator Tells a Story

Language varies across the planet, as experts estimate that there are more than 6,500 spoken languages that people use to express their ideas, emotions and desires. But what of the unspoken languages such as design, that are intended to draw out responses? The designers of the Lincoln Navigator heeded the primary rule of all language, which is to know with whom you are speaking and listen with a desire to understand your audience.

Robert Parker, Director of Global Lincoln Marketing Sales and Service, was quoted as saying "They (luxury customers) want a quiet vehicle; they want performance; they want improved fuel economy; they want accommodations that are unique."

That was a launching point for the Lincoln design team. With horizontal lines that run the length of the vehicle, the exterior imparts a humanizing, controlled touch to the large SUV. Boasting a refreshed front grille with the iconic Lincoln Star logo up front and center and a confident stance, the exterior tells a tale of the vehicle's elegant, strong nature.

Inside, the team worked to maintain passenger and cargo space and still deliver luxurious amenities. Thanks optional front row Perfect Position Seats, a second row that offers superior legroom and a reclining third row, the 2018 Lincoln Navigator seats eight comfortably. In addition, the second and third rows both fold flat with the push of a button to provide you with more than enough storage space.

The interior is finished in real wood appliqués and lush leathers and fabrics, enveloping you in a luxuriously comforting embrace.

To learn more about the all-new Lincoln Navigator, contact Gene Messer Lincoln of Amarillo and talk to a member of our team.

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