On a short commute, Lincoln Aviator Grand Touring can be zero emission.

Lincoln's first plug-in hybrid, the Lincoln Aviator Grand Touring version, is a cousin of the Ford Explorer PHEV, recently launched in Europe.

The official EPA all-electric range rating of the Lincoln Aviator Grand Touring is 21 miles (33.8 km) using a 13.6 kWh battery. In Europe, the Ford Explorer PHEV received 42 km (26 miles) of WLTP range.

As in the case of other such large plug-in hybrids, the energy consumption in EV mode is significant: 56 MPGe - 602 Wh/mi (374 Wh/km).

On the positive side, even in hybrid mode, the Lincoln Aviator Grand Touring is more efficient than its conventional versions:

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2020 Lincoln Aviator Grand Touring EPA rating:

  • all-electric range of 21 miles (33.8 km)
  • total range of 460 miles (740 km)
  • energy consumption (including charging losses):
    • EV mode: 56 MPGe - 602 Wh/mi (374 Wh/km)
    • Hybrid mode: 23 MPG

Pricing for the Lincoln Aviator Grand Touring starts effectively at $63,361 (MSRP of $68,800 plus $1,095 destination fee and deducting the federal tax credit of $6,534).

Gallery: Lincoln Aviator Grand Touring

2020 Lincoln Aviator Grand Touring plug-in hybrid  specs:

  • 21 miles (33.8 km) of all-electric EPA range
    460 miles (740 km) of total range
  • 13.6 kWh battery
  • all-wheel drive
  • system output of 494 horsepower and 630 lb.-ft. of torque
    (400 hp Twin-Turbocharged 3.0L V6 engine with 10-Speed transmission and 75 kW electric motor)