Ford introduced the updated Aviator SUV to the domestic market. The restyled model features a new front end design, a new Digital Experience media system with a larger screen and (for the first time) the BlueCruise semi-automatic autonomous driving system.
The 2025 Lincoln Aviator has a larger grille. It's so big that it now reaches the edges of the headlights. The headlights themselves (more precisely, the L-shaped section of the daytime running lights) also do not hesitate to penetrate beyond the perimeter of the radiator grille. The bumper has also changed a lot. In general, a “facelift” as it is, because the rest of the body panels remained the same.
The central screen has increased to 13.2 inches diagonally, the screen diagonal of the digital instrument panel is 12.4 inches (only 0.1 inches more than the new Explorer). The rest of the interior is the same. But this is only eye-catching, but in terms of technology, if not a breakthrough, then a mini-revolution. The Aviator 2025 received the Lincoln Digital Experience media system with integrated Google and Amazon assistants, support for Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, Spotify, Google Maps and YouTube services, as well as an Internet browser.
With the update, the Aviator for the first time received the BlueCruise semi-automatic autonomous driving system, which in certain conditions (for example, while driving on the highway) allows you to take your hands off the wheel. There are also a lot of different driver assistance systems under the collective name Lincoln Co-Pilot 360 - and this is included in the basic package. The SUV can be equipped with adaptive pixel LED headlights with cornering lights, but in the top-end Reserve and Black Label versions such headlights are installed by default.
The Lincoln Aviator 2025 is equipped with a 3-liter 406-horsepower engine with two turbines, a 10-speed SelectShift automatic transmission, all-wheel drive and adaptive suspension.
Restyling made the SUV more expensive. The base Aviator Premiere costs $58,495—5,000 more than its predecessor. The mid-range Reserve trim costs $67,495, while the top-of-the-line Black Label trim costs $86,995. A fully packaged 2025 Lincoln Aviator with all possible options costs about $100,000.