Lincoln is offering its clients the choice of choosing something amazing if they have the right amount of money. With the debut of the new 2022 Navigator, Lincoln is elevating first-class travel yet again with the introduction of more effortless technologies.

The new 2022 Navigator is the first Lincoln vehicle to offer ActiveGlide. An evolution of Intelligent Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop-and-Go, Lane Centering and Speed Sign Recognition, Lincoln ActiveGlide* adds a new level of convenience for drivers. Signature blue light cues appear on the digital cluster and head-up display to indicate when the system’s advanced camera and radar are activated, enabling drivers to operate Navigator hands-free on prequalified sections of divided highways. Hands-Free Blue Zones include more than 130,000 miles of dedicated highways across North America in the Lincoln GPS mapping system. A driver-facing camera in the instrument cluster monitors eye gaze and head position to help ensure a driver’s eyes stay on the road.

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The Navigator SYNC 4 system, enabled by cloud connectivity, is now more intuitive than ever, with twice the computing power and the ability to wirelessly connect smartphones for seamless integration of Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and SYNC AppLink apps. Providing clients with additional ways to customize their Navigator, SYNC 4 ensures an effortless journey with the ability to answer natural language questions and make route planning simple.

The Navigator features a Fire TV experience built for the car. Fire TV lets passengers enjoy a wide variety of content – watch movies and TV shows, play games, listen to music, and more – in a custom rear-seat entertainment experience.

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The serene Constellation visual design language on SYNC 4, unique to Lincoln, provides a harmonious experience throughout, with added capabilities and new levels of personalization. Featuring enhanced voice recognition and a navigation operating system via a new and larger 13.2-inch center stack screen, Constellation is also showcased on the 12-inch configurable digital cluster and re-imagined head-up display. A new 5.8-inch digital module for second-row passengers allows for control of climate and audio settings in the rear.

Elevated color and materials offerings provide clients with a choice of the brand’s signature themes for Standard and Reserve series vehicles, including new exterior colors such as Starlight Gray and Manhattan Green Metallic, a color exclusive to Lincoln Black Label. Unique wood appliques, such as Espresso Ash Swirl and Santos Rosewood.

Lincoln engineers target everything from sight, sound, touch and feel through Navigator steering, suspension, powertrain and torque delivery, tailoring ride and handling for all weather conditions and ensuring clients have an effortless, first-class experience. The 2022 Navigator boasts a responsive powertrain and impressive handling capabilities with an advance d 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6 engine that offers a blend of power and refinement with an impressive 440 horsepower and 510 lb.-ft. of torque.

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Also new to the Lincoln Navigator suite of intuitive features is Adaptive Suspension with Road Preview that works to ensure a smooth ride. Body movements and vehicle motion, as well as steering, acceleration, and braking activities, are constantly monitored by 12 sensors – including a forward-facing camera – that read the road 500 times per second and automatically prompt adjustments up to 100 times per second to mitigate any unpleasant impacts.