New 2024 Lincoln Aviator EV Price, Specs, Release Date! Recently, we have seen the camouflaged photos of the first all-electric Lincoln and gotten a glimpse of its mesmerizing design. The 2024 Lincoln Aviator EV is undergoing a complete makeover, and since there is no confirmation from Lincoln yet, it is difficult to confirm the trim level of the vehicle. The new variant of a luxurious electronic SUV is going to be a treat for SUV lovers who are eager to keep up with contemporary and advancing technology.
2024 Lincoln Aviator EV: Price and Release Date
Originally, the Lincoln planned to publicize the vehicle next year as part of its 100th-anniversary celebrations. Though there is no official confirmation about the release date, we expect it to be much earlier than the buzz suggests. The 2024 Lincoln Aviator EV is set to enter the market in the last part of 2024. We speculate the price for the vehicle may start around $58,000 and reach up to around $75,000. According to the information we have, the black label and grand touring trims may cost $88,770, while the base model may cost around $52,500, with a $1500 appearance package for both.
ESTIMATED PRICE: $70,000
EXPECTED ON-SALE DATE: Q4 2024 or Q1 2025
2024 Lincoln Aviator EV: Engine Power, and Performance
According to anticipation, the 2024 Lincoln Aviator EV will be equipped with 75.7- kWh and 98.8-kWh battery packs capable of producing more power than the current PHEV. So, we assume the vehicle will produce more than 494 hp (368 kW / 501 PS) and 630 lb-ft (853 Nm) of torque. There is a rumor in the market that it may come with an all-wheel drive as the default setup. Hopefully, this configuration will enable the model to travel more than 21 miles on electricity alone.
Interior and Infotainment
Spy photos from an unofficial source show an updated interior that resembles the interior of the Lincoln Zephyr. Therefore, the question is whether the new EV model will include two or three rows of seats. We assume that though the new concept may have four seats, the future production model will have three rows. The back seats are inspired by reclining lounge chairs with extended legroom. We are anticipating an infotainment system with a large display and built-in Google. Besides, it includes satellite radio, Wi-Fi, USB-A and USB-C ports, Bluetooth, Apple CarPlay smartphone compatibility, and at least a 10-speaker audio system.
2024 Lincoln Aviator EV: Dimensions and Weight
There is no official information about the dimensions of the 2024 Lincoln Aviator EV, but we expect Lincoln to stick to the current Aviator dimensions, which are 119.1-inch wheelbase, 199.3-inch length, 82.3-inch width, 69.6-inch height, and 5,673-pound curb weight. With its dimensions, the SUV could have a ground clearance of 8.8 inches.
Lincoln is going to get a completely new design for the 2024 Lincoln Aviator EV. Though we expect the car to slightly resemble its predecessor, it could be smaller and sleeker. The vehicle could have a sloping roof with a LiDAR sensor. Both the front and rear will receive major styling updates. The vehicle is going to have big 18-inch rims made of lightweight material. The only thing that is expected to remain unchanged is the headlight design.
Safety Features Offered by the 2024 Lincoln Aviator EV
We can expect that the 2024 Lincoln Aviator EV will be a safe car, as the previous models of the Aviator were rated five stars for safety features by the NHTSA. Its predecessors offered safety features like anti-lock braking, brake assist, central locking, power door locks, child safety locks, rear seat belts, seat belt warning, door ajar warning, adjustable seats, vehicle stability control system, engine immobilizer, crash sensor, engine check warning, rear camera, and an anti-theft device. We expect the new Lincoln Aviator EV to have all those features plus some additional ones.
Warranty and Maintenance Coverage
Lincoln has not yet declared officially, but we expect that the 2024 Lincoln Aviator EV may come with the basic Limited Warranty coverage of 4 years or 50,000 miles, a corrosion warranty coverage of 5 years or unlimited miles, and a drivetrain coverage of 6 years or 70,000 miles. The policy should also include the safety warranty and roadside assistance warranty for unlimited years or unlimited miles, as they are offered for the existing variants of Lincoln.