This is because, according to a company rep, Lincoln’s engineers added some extra powertrain technology (such as an electric grade booster). They also prioritized the car’s low-end torque, quietness, driveability, and increased efficiency. After making sure the car could do all that, the engine wound up producing slightly less hp than in the previous iteration. You can’t tell at all from the driver’s seat, though, so put it out of your mind.
Two new trims also join the Chalet and Yacht Club schemes you can get with your top-tier Black Label Navigator: Central Park (which comes with black walnut interior wood trim and green leather, à la the test vehicle) and Invitation (which comes with Khaya interior wood trim). Both wood trims feature very beautifully laser-etched detailing. The second-row seats can be optioned with dual entertainment monitors, as well as massage capabilities.
Finally, the 2022 Navigator will be the first Lincoln to come with ActiveGlide, the automaker’s hands-free, advanced adaptive cruise control. How is it different from the Blue Cruise technology you’d find in other Ford cars, you ask? It’s not. Someone just decided to give it a different name because apparently you gotta keep the Lincoln and Ford products distinct.
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