In this article, we will show you a set of pictures of a madly modified Lincoln Navigator with intense gold touches. After this crazy modification job, the American car was worthy to participate in the SEMA Motor Show for modified cars.
But before we talk about these modifications, we would like to remind you of the latest test-drives our team had with the American luxury car Lincoln Aviator with our colleague Mousub Shashaa in an episode of Special Coverage program.
We also presented a Head to Head episode starring 2019 Lincoln Navigator Reserve vs 2019 Infiniti QX80 Limited.
Now let’s go back to our topic, and let’s start with some images:
First of all, we would like to inform you that the name of this modified car is Navih8r and it was modified by the creative Jake McKiddie in his own workshop Phat Phabz, located in Oklahoma City, USA.
One of the most distinctive features of the modified Lincoln Navigator is the ride height which was so lowered that you think it is a Ferrari or a Lamborghini supercar and not a big SUV! This required extensive modifications to the car’s suspension systems.
As mentioned in the title, the gold color has been used extensively in this modified version of Navigator; from outside, we can see the new gold rims, and the gold accents on the front grille, the front bumper and the sides of the car as well. The gold touches have even reached the pillars of the car.
But the true madness of the Lincoln Navigator modification job can be obviously seen its heart…
Our team at Arab GT had a photo posted on Instagram showing the gold and silver touches that covered the beating heart of this modified SUV. It seems that this modification, in particular, had cost a fortune!
As a reminder, and apart from the modification job made to this Navih8r car, the regular 2019 Lincoln Navigator is powered by a turbocharged 3.5-liter Ecoboost 6-cylinder engine generating 450-horsepower and 691 Nm of torque and is connected to a 10-speed automatic transmission.
Watch The Modification Job Video :