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Lincoln is future-proofing the residual values of its vehicles by curbing sales to fleet businesses. In the short term, the move is hurting monthly sales figures. The plan is part of Ford CEO Jim Hackett's strategy to improve Lincoln's operational fitness, Automotive News (subscription required) reported on Sunday. The fleet sale cuts will see fewer cars delivered to rental companies and less of a focus on company vehicles. The brand still plans to support livery services as part of its commercial business, however. "What happens is (fleet) cars come back in six to 12 months. That's problematic on our residual values because that's when all the depreciation occurs. The longer they stay out, the better," Robert Parker, Lincoln's director of marketing, sales and service, said. Lincoln sales dropped 2.1 percent in March as executives implement the strategy. Lincoln's move comes as a pair of new vehicles ready for launch. The forthcoming 2019 Nautilus and refreshed 2019 MKC, as well as the 2018 Lincoln Navigator released last year, should all see the long-term benefits of greater residual values in the future. The brand's rental sales are already down 27 percent through Q1 of 2018, according to Ford data. Part of the long-term residual value strategy is due to changing consumer habits. More millennials prefer to lease a vehicle rather than make an outright purchase. Residual values become even more important with that consumer shift. Now, Lincoln says its brand strategy is a marathon, not a sprint. The 2019 Lincoln Aviator will be the luxury brand's next act as the first vehicle built on a dedicated new platform, codenamed D6. In addition to the Aviator, another SUV is due by 2020, and four additional new Lincolns will arrive after 2020.
Features Review - Elegant Aviator SUV Previews Lincoln’s Next Act with Power, Technology and Plug-In Hybrid Option Aviator preview embodies Lincoln’s future as the brand moves toward a portfolio of more utilities highlighting beauty and elegance and offering Lincoln’s quietest, smoothest drive yet Three-row, rear-wheel-drive Aviator marks the first time Lincoln will offer a plug-in hybrid model that is capable of using its twin-turbocharged engine if needed – easing range anxiety Owners will be able to use their smartphone as a key when Lincoln debuts the Phone as a Key technology on the production model of Aviator, allowing clients to lock and unlock the vehicle, open its trunk and, most importantly, start and drive it – no smart key fob necessary Aviator glides into New York this week, offering a preview of The Lincoln Motor Company’s newest vehicle along with a glimpse into the brand’s future, which is moving toward a broader portfolio of utilities and electrification in conjunction with effortless services. As more consumers choose the spaciousness and capability of SUVs, Lincoln unveils Aviator, a distinctive three-row plug-in hybrid production preview. The “teaser” model serves to preview the direction Lincoln plans to take with its newest SUV when the production model goes on sale next year. “The Lincoln Navigator continues to turn heads and bring new clients to the brand,” says Joy Falotico, president, The Lincoln Motor Company. “We believe Aviator’s elegant design, state-of-the-art technology and refined plug-in hybrid option will draw even more clients to the Lincoln showroom, including families who are looking for three-row capability.” With its slim, tapered lines, roomy interior, twin-turbocharged powertrain available with an advanced plug-in hybrid option, the three-row Aviator targets the heart of the premium market, entering the medium luxury SUV segment that represents more than a quarter of all premium SUVs sold. Appealing to millennials starting families, with the majority of vehicles sold to people ages 35 to 44, the medium luxury SUV segment saw sales of more than 585,000 vehicles in 2017. Aeronautical inspiration The synchronicity of Aviator’s name and form language is intentional; aeronautics has long inspired automotive design. “In Aviator, the lines of the vehicle are streamlined,” says Lincoln Design Director David Woodhouse. “You have the stature and presence of the grille at the front, then the body and tail taper off – creating a distinct aerofoil analogy.” The emphasis of graceful lines pulling downward toward the rear – a cue to Aviator’s rear-wheel-drive platform – is what Woodhouse describes as an in-flight gesture. “If you look at a bird or plane in flight, the wing is always at an angle to the air and falling downward toward the rear,” he says. “You see that in the main bodyline of Aviator. From the headlight to the taillight, there’s a beautiful undercut feature varying in depth that connotes poise and grace.” The iridescent Flight Blue exterior color complements Aviator’s elegant, flowing lines, while the signature Lincoln grille is executed in high-gloss black and chrome accents. A wraparound windshield helps complete the aviation-inspired theme. Comfort and convenience The effortless experience begins even before entering the Aviator, as owners can use their smartphone as a key. When it debuts on the production SUV, Phone as a Key technology is expected to be one of the industry’s leading systems. Activated through the Lincoln Way™ app, it allows owners to lock and unlock, open the trunk and, most importantly, start and drive the vehicle – no smart key fob is necessary. Phone as a Key is designed to offer other amenities similar to a smart key fob. For instance, drivers can activate a locator chirp to find Aviator in a crowded parking lot, or recall their personal profile. Should the phone battery go dead, a backup passcode can be entered on the standard exterior keypad to gain access, then clients can start and proceed to drive the vehicle via the center touch screen. And, if the phone is lost or stolen, Phone as a Key can be easily deleted, providing additional peace of mind. Inside, Aviator’s spacious, airy cabin accentuates horizontal lines, minimizing visual clutter to deliver a soothing sanctuary. A thoughtfully designed steering wheel is intended for ultimate ease of use, with only subtle finger movements needed to access the many functions it houses. Full Review https://media.lincoln.com/content/lincolnmedia/lna/us/en/news/2018/03/28/elegant-aviator-suv-previews-lincolns-next-act-with-power--techn.html Music Source: NCM Epic Music Ender Guney "SUBSCRIBE NOW"
2019 Lincoln Nautilus Heads up Display - The shapely headlights look like carbon copies of the Continental’s lamps, but feel like a more natural fit to a vehicle the Nautilus’ size. They sit above a sliver of glass that houses the turn signals—this look comes from the Navigator, although we aren’t as certain it works here. The slim turn signals look too much like whiskers, giving the front of a car a borderline feline appearance. In back, Nautilus-specifc changes are kept to a minimum—that’s a good thing, since the MKX was always most attractive from behind. In the category of things that haven’t changed sits the Nautilus’ profile. That’s not unusual for a mid-cycle update like this, but it’s also not a bad thing. The long, low profile works well with the new front and rear clips, to the point that it’s even more difficult to connect the dots back to the mainstream Ford Edge on this car than on the MKX. The cabin update isn’t quite as successful. While Lincoln attached new and improved materials to the seats, dash, and doors, it seems to have forgotten the center stack, which is still just a large sheet of hard, black plastic with a touchscreen in the middle. It’s a wart on the face of an otherwise attractive interior. Keyword : suv, 2019 lincoln nautilus, lincoln, nautilus, la auto show, auto show, los angeles auto show, 2019 lincoln nautilus review, reveal, lincoln mkx, first look, 2019 lincoln nautilus interior, 2019 lincoln nautilus reveal, 2019 lincoln nautilus price, 2019 lincoln nautilus release date, cars, horsepower, interior, 2019, debut, review, new lincoln nautilus, 2020 aviator, 2020 lincoln aviator, 2020 lincoln aviator review, spcifications, specs, engine, black label, car shows, los angeles, automobilityla, laas17, aviator review, luxury cars, luxury suv, crossover, mkx, best luxury suv, sam haymart channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5XPbgAY8J-XEozC1rr3JgA?sub_confirmation=1
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