The redesigned, 2018 Lincoln Navigator will offer buyers a choice of three different “Perfect Position” front seating options when it goes on sale later this year: a standard 10-way, an available 24-way, and a top-spec 30-way option.
Lincoln’s Perfect Position seats, which debuted in the all-new Continental sedan last year, were designed with superior ergonomics in mind, drawing on private aircraft and high-end furniture for inspiration. They are built upon a plastic substrate with a thin, polyurethane-foam suspension that helps the seat better contour the body occupying it. The top-of-the-line, 30-way adjustable model gives the user more ways to tweak the seat than he can shake a stick at, with individual thigh supports, four ways to adjust the lumbar support, and an independently-adjustable upper back support.
For the less choosy of customers, or those who wish not to get lost in the mind-bogglingly broad range of seat adjustments, we imagine the Lincoln Navigator’s 10-way or 24-way adjustable Perfect Position seats will do just fine.
The all-new, 2018 Lincoln Navigator SUV will hit dealerships starting this fall. For more on the redesigned luxury SUV, click here.