Lincoln has unveiled the 2025 Lincoln Aviator. This midlife makeover brings a refreshed appearance, new connectivity features, and the addition of the BlueCruise hands-free highway driving system to the Aviator SUV.
Beginning with its exterior, the 2025 Aviator showcases a more assertive front end, featuring a new grille, headlights, and daytime running lights. The Black Label versions for 2025 introduce two new colors: Cenote Green and Whisper Blue Metallic.
According to Kemal Curic, the design director at Lincoln, “The new Aviator looks more planted with a more dynamic presence than ever before. The changes we made to our signature grille show our laser-focus on details and design that pulls you in. And with our new lighting features which we call ‘jewelry,’ the Lincoln star comes to life and immediately catches your attention.”
For increased personalization, a new Jet Package brings unique wheels, black exterior accents, and body color front and rear fascia. The Lincoln Black Label Special Edition includes a black roof, 22-inch Ebony Black wheels with an adaptive suspension, and black exterior accents. Aviator Reserve models now offer four new interior color schemes: Onyx, Light Space Gray, Harvest Bronze with Onyx accents, and Hot Chocolate with Onyx accents.
The 2025 Aviator also introduces the Lincoln Black Label Invitation theme, featuring open-pore Khaya wood, Black Onyx leather seats, and handwritten calligraphy. The seating surfaces showcase a pergola-inspired perforation in black Savannah luxury leather, detailed with Brandy-colored stitching.
On the technology front, the new Lincoln Digital Experience system grants drivers access to their favorite apps and services from Google and Amazon. Personalization is key, allowing drivers to have their preferred apps and content displayed upon entering the Aviator. While parked, entertainment options include watching videos and streaming movies with apps like YouTube and Prime Video.
The Aviator’s digital screens receive an update with a larger 13.2-inch touchscreen over the center stack and a new 12.4-inch digital instrument cluster. Additionally, the Aviator now comes standard with four years of the BlueCruise hands-free system.
Under the hood, the 2025 Lincoln Aviator boasts a standard twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V6 engine, generating 400 horsepower and 415 pound-feet of torque, coupled with a 10-speed automatic transmission.
Anticipated to hit the market this summer, the 2025 Lincoln Aviator is set to deliver a refreshed and technologically advanced driving experience.