Lincoln just unveiled a humongous Navigator Concept — complete with falcon-wing doors — that looks more Tesla than it does Lincoln.
Granted, Lincoln didn’t directly crib Elon Musk’s full-size SUV; it massaged some of its own DNA into the thing. That means, according to Lincoln, a lot of the design was inspired by luxury sailboats.
The Navigator Concept is powered by Lincoln’s 3.5-liter, 400-horsepower V6. Lincoln claims the honking crossover utilizes “smart new technologies” to ensure its sure-footedness on the road.
While that’s all well and good, what I find most interesting — aside from those falcon doors, of course — is the number of screens inside the cabin. It appears the four rear passengers have all been given their own widescreen display mounted in the headrest of the seat in front of them.
In the way back, Lincoln designers have developed a special cubby space for the driver’s wardrobe, which is kinda neat. Certainly, Xzibit and the rest of the Pimp My Ride crew would be proud. See More Photos Below: