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5 Things I HATE about the 2018 Lincoln Navigator

Subscribe today for more exciting things to come! I have the all-new 2018 Lincoln Navigator Reserve on test this week! Here's a short video pointing out 5 things I'm not so keen on this car. I am posting my full review of the Navigator later this week, so in the meantime, enjoy this video and subscribe to the channel! Please like, comment and share this video with others, it would be greatly appreciated! SOCIAL MEDIA STUFF FACEBOOK: INSTAGRAM: TWITTER:

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Top 10 Electric Cars Will Challenge Tesla in 2018/2019

Representing Top 10 Electric Cars That Will Challenge Tesla in 2018/2019 01: BMW i3s Comes in 2018. Starting range 124 miles, 184hp, top Speed 99mph, price $48,000. 02: BMW Mini Concept Comes in 2019, Specs N/A 03: Mercedes GLC F-Cell Comes in 2019, Range 271miles (electric range-50km), 197hp, electronically-limited top speed of 99 mph, price $55,000 04: Mercedes EQ Concept Comes in 2019, Range 310 miles, 400 hp, top speed 150mph, price $39,000 05: Audi Elaine Comes in 2019, range 311 miles, 429hp, price N/A 06: Honda Urban EV Comes in 2019, Specs N/A 07: Jaguar I-PACE Comes in 2018, Range 220 miles, 400hp, top speed 200mph 08: Hyundai Kona Comes in 2018, Range 217 miles, 177hp, top speed 160mph, price $39,000 09: Volvo Polestar One Comes in 2019, Electric Range 93 miles, 600hp combined(electric 218 hp) 10: 2018 Nissan Leaf Comes in 2018, range 150 miles, 174hp, top speed 93mph, price $29,990 You can watch Tesla’s new 2 models from this video- Tesla Model 3 Specs Starting Range 220 miles, 258 hp, top speed 140mph, price $35,000.

2018 Lincoln Aviator - Ready To Fight Ford Explorer !!

oodbye MKX, hello Nautilus—the 2019 Lincoln Nautilus midsized luxury crossover has just surfaced ahead of its official debut at the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show. Cue the Captain Nemo references. It’s amazing how something as simple as a new name and grille can make all of the difference in the world. The new signature grille looks more fitting for a Lincoln than the outgoing MKX’s wing-shaped design. Under the hood, the Nautilus is available with a 2.7-liter turbo six-cylinder engine that delivers 335 horsepower and 380 lb-ft of torque or a standard 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that offers 245 horsepower. Both engines are mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission with start-stop tech (that we hope is easy to defeat). The Nautilus will also be available in either front drive or with an all-wheel drive system that decouples when traction to the rear wheels isn’t necessary. “We thought it was time to update it, to give it the new signature Lincoln look that fits in the family,” said Lincoln president Kumar Galhotra during an event revealing the Nautilus on the eve of the L.A. show. “It also has a lot of new driving experiences delivered through new technology, designed to make your drive as effortless as possible.” Why the name change? We asked Randy Parker, Lincoln’s global head of marketing and sales, about it at the event. “Big, big change on this product, significant freshening on the front end, it was a really significant update, so we thought it was appropriate to make the change at that point,” said Parker, who indicated that the days of MK-badged Lincolns are numbered. “It’s harder for people to sort out numbers and letters… There’s the old adage that the name doesn’t make the car, the car makes the name, but it is easier to remember names,” Parker added. We couldn’t agree more. Inside the haute hauler is a sleek console with a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster, a leather-wrapped and hand-stitched steering wheel, and Lincoln’s by-wire, push-button gear shift located on the center stack that it has been rolling out across the lineup. The setup frees up space in the center console. The Nautilus seats up to five passengers and offers special lighting effects that illuminate as you approach the vehicle and it has been fitted with acoustic side glass to reduce wind noise for rear occupants. There’s also a concealed wireless charging pad and a touch screen for the SYNC 3 infotainment system that’s Android Auto and Apple CarPlay friendly. Optional Ultra Comfort seats can be adjusted up to 22 ways and come with a lumbar massage feature to reduce fatigue, and heated and cooled seats are available on the Reserve model. You also have your choice of optional 13-speaker or 19-speaker Revel audio systems—go big or go home, right? We think you know which one to get. New tech goodies include an adaptive cruise system that’s designed to work in stop-and-go traffic. It also pairs with a lane-centering feature that utilizes the crossover’s radar and cameras to help keep the Nautilus on the straight and narrow. Another notable safety feature is evasive steer assist, which according to Lincoln: “uses radar and cameras to analyze the gap between slower-moving and stationary vehicles on the road ahead to lessen the risk of a rear-end collision. If the risk is high and there is insufficient space to avoid a collision by braking, the system helps the driver steer around the vehicle.” ============================================== ► Please contact this email if you have any copyright issues: Music Source: NCM Epic Music Ender Guney ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ ► If you love cars you should subscribe now to Auto TV the world famous automotive channel: #newcars #autotv #cartv #topcar #topsuv


For the last couple of years, you couldn't go to an American auto show without tripping over the Lincoln Navigator. But Ford's luxury brand has another new plush SUV in the pipeline, one that revives a classic name from the past. It's the new Aviator, and it's going to be a stylish three-row SUV that it says signals the future of the brand: a combination of utility, electrification, and "effortless services." Lincoln took the wraps off the Aviator—which is due on sale next year—at this year's New York International Auto Show, and it's fair to say the new machine caused quite a buzz. The choice of another SUV for Lincoln is an obvious one, for the luxury sedan is an endangered species. And Lincoln is embracing both the S and U in that acronym. Sporty—because the Aviator will be built on a rear-wheel-drive platform (with all-wheel drive as an option)—and utility because it has three full rows of seating, able to fit two grown adults in that third row. The company was coy when it came to technical specifications, but we do know the Aviator will be powered by a twin-turbo engine, which we assume will be a V8 given the length of the hood and the market it will compete in. Encouragingly, there will also be a plug-in hybrid version. While we can't talk much more about the powertrain, we can comment on the styling. According to Design Director David Woodhouse, the vehicle we saw was a production preview. "That's quite different to what we did with Navigator and Continental—those were concept teasers—but this will be quite close to the production car," he told Ars. The big form factor of an SUV can present the stylists quite a challenge. But, in this case, we think they've been quite successful. In fact, it's reminiscent of a scaled-up Range Rover Velar—a model that was just voted World Car Design of the Year (including by yours truly, who served as a juror for 2018). Follow US:

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