2019 Lincoln Aviator Ready to Debut in New York

The Lincoln Aviator SUV will return to market, and the 2019 edition will be unveiled at the New York Auto Show at the end of March.

For now, we only get a teaser image that doesn’t reveal anything about the SUV. However, we assume it will once again be based on the Ford Explorer’s architecture, meaning it will be a midsize vehicle that will accommodate six or seven passengers.

The Aviator will join the brand’s truck lineup, alongside the Lincoln MKC, the Lincoln Nautilus and the Lincoln Navigator. The company also announced that another utility vehicle will be added to its portfolio within the next two years, and that electrified powertrains will eventually be available in each of its models.

The new 2019 Lincoln Aviator will officially be unveiled on March 28 in New York, and The Car Guide will be there.

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