All-new long-wheelbase version of the Lincoln Navigator will soon be available for sale under the name “Navigator L”.
The 2018 Lincoln Navigator was first introduced at 2017 New York Auto Show in April. And now the American luxury carmaker has followed it up with the upcoming launch of the long-wheelbase model, called the Navigator L.
2018 Lincoln Navigator L
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As the name suggests, the L version will mainly focus on length. “The extended-length Navigator reinforces our commitment to exceeding our client’s expectations,” said Kumar Galhotra, Lincoln’s President, in a statement.
The Navigator L will mainly focus on length
Specifically, the new Lincoln is 300 mm longer than standard model and features larger second-row doors for easier ingress and egress. Besides, Lincoln also gives its Navigator L an extra storage within the floor behind the third-row seat, contributing to the huge cargo capacity of this SUV. It is said that the Navigator L has the largest cargo trunk in its segment and it even leaves the Cadillac Escalade ESV behind.
It is said that the Navigator L has the largest cargo trunk in its segment
Aside from obvious changes in size, the Navigator L also gets slight alterations to both exterior and interior. Outside, the former comes with a new set of 22-inch alloy wheels, replacing the 20-inch ones on the outgoing model. The cabin of the top-of-the-line Black Label L is fitted with a new Destination interior trim, which was inspired by vintage luggage. This design style is much highlighted by Mahogany Red Venetian leather seats together with diamond weave stitching and khaya wood laser-etched trim. The optional Chalet and Yacht Club themes are likewise available.
The cabin is fitted with a new Destination interior trim, which was inspired by vintage luggage
The 2018 Lincoln Navigator L is expected to arrive at US dealerships this fall with a starting price from $80,750 (₱ 4,042,672).
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