Exciting Changes to the 2022 Lincoln Navigator
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Lincoln is updating its full-size luxury SUV, the Navigator, with a fresh look and new trim choices. It’s not just a visual update though.
There are plenty of new technological features, and Lincoln’s new driver-assistance system ActiveGlide also debuts on the 2022 Navigator.
Lincoln is making some key changes to the 2022 Navigator.
The 2022 Lincoln Navigator is getting a stunning visual update
The Navigator is Lincoln’s largest luxury SUV, and now it is even more luxurious.
Car and Driver reported on the exterior visual changes, which include a new texture and shape to the grille.
The front and rear ends have also gotten an update, with the headlights gaining new elements of pixel projector lighting.
The 2022 Navigator got a fancy light upgrade to the rear LED taillights.
They emit an animation sequence that fades out from the center when you walk up to the car and in the opposite direction when you exit it.
As for trim options, Lincoln is introducing elegant interior themes to the Black Label model.
The theme packages are called “Central Park” and “Invitation”. Both themes imbue the Navigator with even more opulence.
Black Label is also getting an exclusive color, the dashing Manhattan Green.
New technology and driver-assistance system for the 2022 Lincoln Navigator
As for interior changes, the big change is that the 2022 Navigator is getting ActiveGlide, which is Lincoln’s version of Ford’s BlueCruise.
ActiveGlide is a hands-free highway driver-assist system. This will make the 2022 Lincoln Navigator better match its main rival, the Cadillac Escalade.
With ActiveGlide, the driver will be able to take their hands off the wheel on highways. This will only be enabled for highways that the system has mapped.
For safety reasons, the Navigator has a camera mounted in the gauge cluster. It will continuously check if the driver is paying attention to the road.
ActiveGlide will be an option for the Reserve and Black Label models. Unfortunately, it works on a subscription basis. Fortunately, it does come with a free three-year trial so if you find the function useless, you won’t have to pay the fee.
The Navigator is also getting a new and improved infotainment system. At 13.2 inches, the touchscreen uses Ford’s Sync 4 software with new graphics for the digital gauge cluster.
For the first time, the Lincoln Navigator will offer over-the-air updates. This will enable it to conveniently receive new features (such as additional drive modes) through wireless software updates.
The second-row seats will be even better to lounge in now, especially for longer rides. Navigator passengers will be thrilled by new massage options, along with comfortable heating and cooling.
And finally, Wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are, of course, standard.
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