2025 Lincoln Aviator Offers New Tech


The 2025 Aviator has an updated contoured mesh grille inspired by the Lincoln logo. The grille has been raised slightly so that its top edge aligns with the newly designed LED headlamps.

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The new 2025 Lincoln Aviator SUV features the all-new Lincoln Digital Experience and BlueCruise hands-free highway driving technology, which is available on Aviator for the first time.

The 2025 Aviator also features the standard twin-turbocharged 3.0L V6 engine, paired with a 10-speed SelectShift automatic transmission. The engine delivers 400 horsepower and 415 ft.-lbs. of torque.

Aviator also has an available Air Glide Suspension.

“With the new Aviator, technology takes an even larger role in helping create a relaxing, luxurious space that our clients have come to appreciate and expect from Lincoln. With advanced, connected features like the Lincoln Digital Experience and BlueCruise hands-free driving technology, we are creating a new, digital sanctuary on the road.”Heidi Shaffer, director, Lincoln.

All-New Lincoln Digital Experience

The all-new Lincoln Digital Experience enables clients to access apps and services from Google and Amazon through the new integrated native experience, as well as with Apple CarPlay powered by iPhone, and Android Auto using a compatible Android device. 

Aviator features a 13.2-inch touchscreen over the center stack and a new 12.4-inch digital cluster screen. 

Customers can select either the Google Assistant or Alexa in-vehicle controls such as to set in-vehicle temperature, search information, find and set a destination, and request a specific broadcast or satellite radio station. They can also help with making calls, sending texts, setting a meeting, or controlling connected home devices.

The 2025 Aviator features Lincoln Digital Experience and available Lincoln BlueCruise hands-free highway driving technology.  -  Photo: Lincoln

The 2025 Aviator features Lincoln Digital Experience and available Lincoln BlueCruise hands-free highway driving technology.

Photo: Lincoln

Hands-Free Highway Driving

Aviator clients will be able to experience hands-free highway driving with BlueCruise.

The system includes features such as Lane Change Assist, allowing a driver to switch lanes hands-free with the tap of the turn signal when the path is clear, and In-Lane Repositioning.

A feature for the first time on Aviator, BlueCruise is standard on all models with four years of hands-free highway driving at vehicle purchase. With the addition of Aviator, BlueCruise is now available across the entire Lincoln portfolio.

More standard features include:

  • Lincoln Connected Service for one year.
  • Lincoln Co-Pilot 360 2.1 driver-assist features.
  • Auto Air Refresh.
  • Panoramic Vista Roof.
  • Power, heated steering wheel.
  • Heated, ventilated first-row seats.
  • Wireless phone charging.
  • Phone as a Key.
  • 20-inch wheels.
  • Adaptive Suspension.
  • Class III Trailer Tow Package.

The 2025 Lincoln Aviator, assembled at the Chicago Assembly Plant, will be available this summer.



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