Ford's (F) all-new 2018 Lincoln Navigator SUV is the model's first full revamp in over 10 years.

The car features an impressive V6 twin-turbo engine with 450 horsepower and a 10-speed transmission.

Whether you're driving through a snowstorm or looking to see what the engine is really capable of on the highway, the SUV features several driving modes ranging from "icy conditions" to "high performance."

The luxury SUV is also replete with a host of technology features: a wireless charging station, USB ports in the front and back seats, and the ability to connect a smartphone to the car via Apple (AAPL) CarPlay and Android Auto, a division of Alphabet (GOOGL) .

"It's all about creating a fantastic, more human and effortless experience for our customers," said Kumar Galhotra, Lincoln's president, in an interview with TheStreet. "This customer is all about spending time with family in the vehicle and going to interesting places with the family so that connectivity while inside the vehicle is very important to them."

The new Navigator also features a chauffeur service through the Lincoln smartphone app. That means you can hire someone to drive you around -- available in Miami and San Diego.

The SUV is available in fall 2017 and production will remain in Kentucky.

"The luxury market for the last three years in the U.S. has been fairly stable -- roughly 2 million units per year," Galhotra said, adding that he expects that stability to continue. "We on the other hand have been growing very rapidly -- in the last three years, our U.S. sales have grown more than 30% so we are well outpacing the industry."

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