A stunning globe animation representing the Conserve drive mode illuminates the information screen behind the steering wheel


Satisfy both your desire for control and need for excitement with the simple twist of a dial. From Conserve to Excite, the Lincoln Navigator offers five standard and distinct selectable drive modes for confidence, exhilaration and control in a wide variety of driving conditions. These modes are Slippery, Excite, Conserve, Deep Conditions and Normal, as well as a sixth, available Slow Climb* drive mode. Each mode has a number of calculated settings that adjust the vehicle, including the available adaptive suspension, shift points, 4x2 vs. 4x4 drivetrain, information displays and more — and it all happens with the twist of a knob.
*Slow Climb drive mode. requires Heavy-Duty Trailer Tow Package and 4x4 drivetrain. Lincoln Black Label model shown.
A 2021 Lincoln Navigator in Silver Radiance is being driven on a freeway at night with the glow of a busy city in the distance


Road conditions vary and, for smooth and confident driving, your suspension should too. The adaptive suspension controls the up-and-down movement of the wheels when driving on uneven surfaces and over potholes. This system, controlled by the five standard selectable Lincoln Drive Modes—including Deep Conditions for sandy terrain—helps to decrease the stress of harsh driving situations without compromising the comfort within.
A 2021 Lincoln Navigator in Ceramic Pearl emerges from the shadow of an overpass into sunlight


Less is more. The all-aluminum-alloy body of the Lincoln Navigator reduces weight to allow the Navigator to be enriched with cutting-edge features that enhance comfort, quietness and the driving experience. This pairing of frame and body helped the Lincoln Navigator earn the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA’s) 2018 5-Star Overall Vehicle Score in its New Car Assessment Program—the highest possible rating. *

*Government 5-Star Safety Ratings are part of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA’s) New Car Assessment Program (www.safercar.gov). [NR = not rated/not yet rated].

**Overall 5-Star Crash Test Rating” is also acceptable.

!Safety Concern - There is a safety concern present for this vehicle

NHTSA introduced tougher tests and rigorous new 5-Star Safety Ratings for model year 2011 and newer vehicles. These ratings provide more information about safety performance and the performance of recommended crash avoidance technologies. Because of the more stringent tests, 2011-newer model ratings are not comparable to pre-2011 vehicles.

A 2021 Lincoln Navigator with available four wheel drive is being driven in sandy terrain


Whether on the road or off, available 4x4 capability helps smooth your journey. The Navigator’s 4x4 configuration deftly applies the twin-turbocharged engine’s 450 horsepower* and 510 lb.-ft. of torque,* making rugged driving conditions easily traversed. Plus, by adding available Hill Descent Control™ and tow hooks, trying situations can be easily overcome.
*Horsepower and torque ratings based on premium fuel per SAE J1349® standard. Your results may vary.