Lincoln Navigator 2022 is freshening up with its largest SUV, the Navigator. It is getting visual update, the 2022 model. Also there are new interior trim choices, as well as many new features that include a hands-free highway driver-assistance system. Moreover, the changes do apply to both the standard Navigator as well as the long-wheelbase Navigator L. It has a more roomy third-row seat and cargo area.
Lincoln Navigator Exterior Changes and More
The Lincoln Navigator exterior changes are in regard to the front and rear ends of the vehicle. The grille is getting a new texture as well as a shape. Something different for the headlights include new pixel projector lighting elements. Then, at the rear, the LED taillights will now feature an animation sequence. It will fade out from the center when you are walking up to the car. Then, in the opposite direction, when you exit the car.
The Navigator’s luxurious interior will now have a 13.2-inch touchscreen infotainment system. It will use Ford’s Sync 4 software, in addition to brand new graphics for the digital gauge cluster. Also Wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are standard. The Navigator is also going to offer over-the-air updates for the first time. Moreover, Lincoln says this will be able to add features such as additional drive modes. Thus, the second-row seats will, in fact, benefit from a new choice for massage, along with heating and cooling.
In essence, Lincoln’s version of Ford’s BlueCruise hands-free highway driver-assist system is going to be called ActiveGlide. Therefore, it will debut on this huge SUV. Moreover, it will function in a similar way to Cadillac’s Super Cruise. That will be available on the Navigator’s top rival the Escalade. It will allow the driver to take his hands off the wheel in particular to circumstances on highways that the system is mapping. Then the ActiveGlide will be optional on the Reserve and Black Label models. It will also come with a three-year free trial before the customer is being asked to pay a subscription fee.