Lincoln revealed a Navigator concept SUV at the New York International Auto Show with gullwing doors, a wardrobe management system, and styling described by the brand as "quiet luxury."
The vehicle is powered by a 3.5L twin-turbo V-6 that makes more than 400 hp that can react to different road surfaces in changing weather conditions.
Interior space has been increased, and the vehicle features six Perfect Position Seats that adjust 30 ways to best support occupants' different body types. The driver's seat includes independent deployable thigh supports to increase comfort.
Power gullwing doors and deployable concertina steps may not make it to the production model.
Safety features include pre-collision assist with pedestrian detection, a 360-degree camera, enhanced park assist, and a lane-keeping system that vibrates the steering wheel.
Originally posted on Automotive Fleet