Exhilarate Your Driving Experience with Unique Sound Effects on the Upcoming, 2019 Lincoln Aviator


We've all heard those annoying beeps and chimes other vehicles make when you forget to fasten your seatbelt or leave your fuel tank door open. Leave it to Lincoln to take a simple auto alert sound like that and turn it into a day at the symphony.

While we're still waiting for our chance to meet the new, 2019 Lincoln Aviator in person here at Ken Pollock Lincoln, the sneak peeks and tidbits we've been getting about the upcoming SUV have left us eagerly anticipating its arrival.

One snippet we've learned recently involves a special partnership between Lincoln and the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, concerning the 2019 Lincoln Aviator SUV's alert sounds. Instead of sticking to the tried and true beeps and bonks other carmakers rely on, Lincoln has teamed up with the Orchestra to create a system of pleasing-to-the-ear musical pieces.

In addition to the unique blend of classical music and automotive alerts, the 2019 Lincoln Aviator also has a few other tricks up its sleeve to appeal to drivers throughout Berwick and beyond. For example, we've also learned that this new crossover will come with many advanced safety features standard, thanks to the signature Lincoln Co-Pilot 360 suite, which includes lane keeping assistance, a rearview camera, automatic high beam control, and automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection.

We've also learned that this high-end, luxury SUV will give drivers the option of either a gas-powered engine, or an innovative, plug-in hybrid.

To learn more about the highly-anticipated, 2019 Lincoln Aviator, including estimated availability dates and how you can get set up behind the wheel for a test drive, visit the Ken Pollock Lincoln team in person.

Our showroom is stocked with world-class Lincoln cars and SUVs, and we look forward to helping you get to know our luxury model lineup, and to helping you find the perfect Lincoln vehicle for your family and your personality.

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