The Lincoln Aviator Looks Pretty Rad In A Two-Tone Paint Scheme

To this writer’s eyes, the all-new 2020 Lincoln Aviator might just be the most visually attractive SUV on the market.

Looking virtually identical to the Aviator Concept that premiered towards the start of 2018, the road-going model features an imposing front end, a sharp roofline, and a sleek rear to check virtually all the styling boxes for an SUV. As it turns out, the SUV can be made to look even better with a simple paint scheme.

Lincoln recently launched the official configurator for the Aviator and included are a number of appealing paints to choose from. Not fully satisfied with what’s on offer for the new Aviator, Carscoops reader Gor Mirzakhanyan has created a pair of renderings that depict the SUV with a two-tone paint scheme. We think it looks exceptional.

The colors chosen for this two-tone paint are a bright shade of silver for the bottom half of the car and dark blue for the upper portion of the Aviator, including the hood, pillars, and roof. When paired with a set of tightly-spoked chrome and black wheels, the Aviator looks both menacing and sophisticated.

Those looking to pick up the new Aviator will have to part ways with at least $52,195 for the entry-level, rear-wheel drive model. This variant uses a 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 with 400 hp and 400 lb-ft (542 Nm) of torque.

More expensive models, including the range-topping Black Label priced from $88,895 with all-wheel drive, feature the same twin-turbo V6 but now paired with an electric motor to deliver a combined 450 hp and 600 lb-ft (813 Nm) of torque.


  • charlotteharry57

    I agree. And, what the hey, charge another $5K for it, coming even closer to $100K (only 5 more to go).

  • Jay

    I’ll take it.

    • U8INIT

      Me too…

      • Nordschleife

        Me three.

        • cbATL

          Me IV

      • Jay


  • Merc1

    That is actually very pretty, they should offer that. It would definitely sell.


  • Blade t

    Not sure how many will put up 90k for a top aviator,,thats navigator prices..

  • MarketAndChurch


    • EminHopar

      I disagree. I think it looks great, especially since it follows the body line. The two colors compliment eachother really well. I would absolutely get one, regardless of the price.

    • Black Stealth

      I really like it.

  • Black Stealth

    Please sell it for right hand drive.

  • Thetruthísntalwayspopular

    I’m glad he said “To this writer’s eyes”. He obviously hasn’t seen a Range Rover Velar which this thing desperately wants to ape.

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