How does the Head-Up Display work in the 2018 Lincoln Navigator?
When it comes to SUVS, few can match the amount of advanced features found in the 2018 Lincoln Navigator. Completely redesigned for the 2018 model year, the Lincoln Navigator now comes equipped with a new Head-Up Display information system. But how does the Head-Up Display work in the 2018 Lincoln Navigator? We’ve broken down everything you need to know about this exciting information display system.
Lincoln’s Head-Up Display system utilizes the same type of projection technology found in modern movie theaters. Drivers can customize what the display is used for. Vehicle information, such as current speed, fuel level and weather information, can all be displayed for the driver’s convenience. The projection system makes use of a technology called Digital Light Projection, which ensures that the information being shown is visible regardless of external lighting conditions. The Head-Up Display is designed to be clear, crisp and readable, even to drivers wearing sunglasses.
2018 Lincoln Navigator Head-Up Display Driver Assistance Features
The 2018 Lincoln Navigator comes with a variety of driver aids, such as adaptive cruise control, a lane keeping assistance system, automatic high beams, an automatic parking system, and a collision mitigation system. Some of these driver assistance features can be displayed on the Head-Up Display. Adaptive cruise control will provide a visualization to let drivers know the distance between their vehicle and the vehicle in front of them. The lane keeping assistance system can be visualized as well, notifying the driver if they start to accidentally drift into a neighboring lane.
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