Luxury Lincoln Navigator Transformed Into Offroad Brute

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This will grab attention everywhere.

The Lincoln Navigator is a stunning piece of automotive luxury, but not the sort of SUV that you'd expect to see on an off-road trail. Not every vehicle is as capable as the Jeep Wrangler in stock form, but with the minor upgrades made to the Navigator below, it transforms from an ultra-luxurious city cruiser to a monster of a machine that can go just about anywhere. Fab_Lab is the company responsible for the conversion, and while we wouldn't call it over the top, it's not going to blend in very well either.

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Fab_Lab

Very few details are available, but there's a ReadyLift lift kit on the Navigator, along with 35-inch Toyo tires wrapped around 17-inch wheels. Going through the company's Instagram feed, you can see the progression of the build as a roof rack with KC lights is added to the Navigator, but not before a Baja Forged 1.5-inch tube bumper bar is added to protect the front fascia. Speaking of the front fascia, Fab_Lab opted to go for a chrome delete on the SUV, giving the front end a more menacing appearance. This helps the Navigator look a little more at home with its modifications.

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Fab_Lab

As mentioned earlier, details are on the build are scant, so we have no idea what the company would charge to replicate this relatively mild conversion on another Navigator, but with the SUV starting at a base price of around $76,000, we doubt that upgrades for this vehicle are going to be cheap. Still, for a unique vehicle that blends luxury and off-road ability in one awesome, if odd, package, there's not much else that will turn heads like this does. Looking at the fab__lab Instagram account, we doubt that this will be the last unusual conversion the brand does. We look forward to seeing what comes next.

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Fab_Lab

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