Lincoln freshens Navigator with hands-free driving, remote software updating

“The new Navigator will continue to play a critical role in differentiating our brand and will welcome even more new clients to Lincoln,” Joy Falotico, the brand’s president, said in a statement.

Lincoln sold 641Navigators through the first two quarters of the year, up 51 per cent over last year.  In the United States, the brand has sold 10,226 Navigators this year through July, up 33 per cent from the same period a year ago. Ford Canada only reports sales on a quarterly basis.

Officials say it attracts the brand’s youngest clients and accounts for one-third of its conquest sales.

The vehicle’s interior will get a new 13.2-inch centre screen and what Lincoln is calling a “reimagined” head-up display.

Designers added a new 5.8-inch digital module in the back seat that second-row passengers can use to adjust the climate control or audio settings. For the first time, Lincoln will offer second-row massaging seats.

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