DRIVER-ASSIST TECHNOLOGY

HEAD-UP DISPLAY

The available head-up display* helps to prove that what lies ahead is just as important as what is happening now. The system helps to create a custom driving experience by letting drivers choose what data to display, from standard driving information to available Intelligent Adaptive Cruise Control settings, Lane-Keeping System information and more. Digital light projection technology allows the display to be visible in different ambient lighting conditions.

*Don’t drive while distracted. See Owner’s Manual for details and system limitations.

lincoln navigator interior, side view of driver

ADAPTIVE CRUISE CONTROL

Available Adaptive Cruise Control* with Stop-and-Go capability makes your drive even more effortless. When the Navigator is in adaptive cruise mode, radar scans the road ahead and detects if you are approaching slower traffic. The system can automatically brake and accelerate to keep you at your set speed or follow with the pace of traffic when speeds are below your set speed. With the addition of Stop-and-Go **. the feature can bring your vehicle to a complete stop in congested traffic and resume driving as traffic begins to move.

*Driver-assist features are supplemental and do not replace the driver’s attention, judgment and need to control the vehicle. See Owner’s Manual for system limitations.

**If the stop is longer than three seconds, driver must tap accelerator pedal or push resume button to confirm that he or she wants the vehicle to start moving again.

Adaptive cruise control

MEDIA TECHNOLOGY

PERSONAL PROFILES

Adjusting to your preferences upon your arrival. With personal profiles, the fobs can be programmed to instruct your The New Lincoln NavigatorTM to adjust a number of features, even as you approach, that have been specifically set for different drivers. Profiles can also be accessed and initiated through the SYNC® 4 home screen. You can preset a variety of settings that adjust as soon as you approach and enter the vehicle, including audio, climate, displays, driver-assist features, mirrors, pedals and seats.

lincoln navigator interior, side view of driver

ADAPTIVE PIXEL PROJECTOR HEADLAMPS

Dimensional form and fluid functionality. Standard adaptive pixel projector LED headlamps feature Speed Dependent Lighting that provides additional illumination as needed with changing driving situations. The system propels light farther into the distance at highway speeds and creates a wider beam of light at slower speeds.

Adaptive cruise control

    [1] SOS hardware may become damaged or the battery may lose power in a crash, which could prevent operation. Not all crashes will activate an airbag or safety belt pretensioner