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Selected to meet with Ford (2020 Aviator) Engineers - INPUT NEEDED

Discussion in 'Stock 2020 Ford Explorer & Aviator' started by Texas Steve, February 10, 2020.

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  1. albator

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    Ask them why we still don’t have EV versions of the Aviator?
    Tesla has been making the model S EV since 2012. Why is Lincoln so late?
     
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    The surround camera is fantastic when reversing and I’ve found it also VERY helpful when pulling forward into a parking spot. However for pulling forward it doesn’t use the sensors to automatically turn on the camera. I have to manually turn it on when inching into a parking spot. I would like an option to enable the sensors at less than 3 mph, and a curb is detectable ahead, to automatically turn on the surround camera mode so that I can easily center my parking and avoid hitting the curb in front. My wife and I would love this feature.
     
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    This would cause it to constantly turn on and off during bumper to bumper traffic.

    An alternative that would work is for it to trigger on once the sensors start beeping in the front advising you that you are getting close to an object.
     
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    That’s why I said “and a curb is detectable ahead”.
     
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    How about a simple. Why did they go with the 10R60 instead of the 10R80? What is the difference between the two?
     
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    10r80 has to handle more torque from the electric motor, hence the 80 instead of 60.
     
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    The F150, Ranger, and Mustang all have 10R80s. Even the models that have less TQ than the 3.0 in the Aviator and ST. So why is the explorer/aviator different? Is all I am saying.
     
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