According to several reports, the new 2024 Lincoln Aviator EV will be launched sometime next year. However, don’t expect sales to start before December 2023. Like the PHEV model, we expect the new electric SUV to be modern and powerful. As far as we know, the upcoming Aviator will be on the same platform as the PHEV model, but will be modified to handle larger batteries.
For those who may not know, the Lincoln Aviator is a luxury mid-size three-row SUV made in the United States. This SUV is incredibly comfortable and offers a high level of technology.
2024 Lincoln Aviator EV The first sight
First of all, the front is new, with a larger grille with chrome elements and more unique headlights. We also note very elegant wheels and many black elements. In general, compared to the original Aviator, the electric version looks more aggressive.
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2024 Lincoln Aviator EV interior rumors
Since no picture is available of the upcoming Lincoln Aviator EV, we don’t know exactly what it will look like. Numerous unofficial reports indicate that the upcoming SUV will have the same level of quality as the Lincoln Zephyr.
This means we can also expect the 2024 Lincoln Aviator EV to come with a similar digital instrument cluster and a massive infotainment screen that stretches across the dashboard. Other features that should also be standard include Apple CarPlay/Android Auto smartphone integration, satellite radio, Wi-Fi, USB-A and USB-C ports (front and rear), Bluetooth, and an audio system with at least 10 speakers. Like the original Aviator, the electric version will include several driving aids. It will likely come with collision warning with automatic emergency braking and pedestrian detection, blind spot monitoring with cross traffic warning, front/rear parking sensors and automatic high beam.
Unfortunately, we don’t have official information on engine specifications for the Lincoln Aviator EV at this time. We expect the new SUV to use at least two electric motors, providing much better output than the current PHEV. In case you didn’t know, the Lincoln Aviator uses two different engine options.
The base model comes with a 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 that produces 400 horsepower and 415 pound-feet of torque. This engine uses a 10-speed automatic transmission. More powerful is the optional PHEV model that uses the same 3.0-liter V6, but in this case paired with an electric motor and lithium-ion battery. Thanks to that, it produces 494 horsepower and 630 pound-feet of torque, with all-wheel drive as standard.
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Price and Release Date
The more expensive Lincoln Aviator is the base model, starting at $51,800, plus an additional cost for destination. However, the Hybrid Grand Touring costs about $68,680, while the Label Grand Touring is $88,770.