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2025 Lincoln Aviator Adds New Whisper Blue Metallic Color

Two new colors are now available for the refreshed 2025 Lincoln Aviator, including Cenote Green Bright Colorant Clearcoat Paint and Whisper Blue Metallic Clearcoat. Here’s a first look at the latter, Whisper Blue Metallic Clearcoat.

Tagged with paint code K1, Whisper Blue Metallic Clearcoat is a $750 option for the 2025 Lincoln Aviator Reserve and Black Label; it is not offered on the base Premier trim. It can be paired with a myriad of interior colorways such as Onyx, Light Space Gray and Dark Smoked Truffle, Onyx and Harvest Bronze, Onyx and Hot Chocolate, and Luggage Tan.

The following list represents all available exterior colors for the 2025 Aviator (relevant paint codes listed in parentheses):

  • Pristine White Metallic Tri-Coat (AZ)
  • Red Carpet Tinted Clearcoat Paint (D4)
  • Ceramic Pearl Metallic Tri-Coat (GS)
  • Asher Gray Metallic Clearcoat (M7)
  • Infinite Black Metallic Clearcoat (UM)
  • Cenote Green Bright Colorant Clearcoat Paint (CF) (new for 2025)
  • Whisper Blue Metallic Clearcoat (K1) (new for 2025)

The following represents all interior colorways available:

  • Onyx
  • Medium Light Space Gray/Dark Smoked Truffle
  • Onyx/Harvest Bronze
  • Onyx/Hot Chocolate
  • Luggage Tan

Finally, the following are all 2025 Lincoln Aviator trim levels:

  • Premiere
  • Reserve
  • Black Label

Just like its platform mate, the 2025 Ford Explorer, the 2025 Lincoln Aviator was treated to a midcycle refresh for the forthcoming model year, sporting a revised front and rear fascia with an updated contoured mesh grille, new LED headlamps, and running lamps that span the width of the front end – perfect for showing off a series of welcome animations when the driver approaches the vehicle or turns it off.

Inside, the Aviator gains the all-new Lincoln Digital Experience, which adds a host of built-in apps from Google and other third-party companies. There’s also a new, larger 13.2-inch infotainment screen present inside, coupled with a new 12.4-inch digital instrument cluster to boot. Lincoln’s semi-autonomous driver assist feature, BlueCruise, is now available in the Aviator for the first time as well. However, the luxury crossover has lost Active Park Assist 2.0.

In terms of powertrains, the 2025 Lincoln Aviator features one option: the twin-turbocharged 3.0L V6 EcoBoost, which generates the 400 horsepower and 415 pound-feet of torque and is mated to the 10-speed automatic transmission. Pricing for the base Premiere trim starts at $58,495, which is significantly more expensive than the outgoing 2024 model, while production is expected to commence in May 2024.

We’ll have more on the 2025 Lincoln Aviator soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Lincoln newsLincoln Aviator news, and comprehensive Ford news coverage.

Alexandra is a Colorado-based journalist with a passion for all things involving horsepower, be it automotive or equestrian.

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  1. Davido49

    Newly revised Aviator is gorgeous & should be a hit w/ luxury customers. Great job Lincoln! Be sure to market it well.

  2. Tim Dearwester

    Ford need to add antimatter blue metallic to the Explorer and the lincoln aviator for a classier look


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