Lincoln Aviator: Electric Vehicle Information / Power Flow. Vehicle Operational States

Power Flow

Lincoln Aviator. Power Flow. Vehicle Operational States The Power Flow information for your plug-in hybrid vehicle is available through the Home screen or under Apps.

Vehicle Operational States

Power will flow to or from the front and rear wheels depending on operational state and drive conditions.

  • Idling: The vehicle is running and in park (P). The engine and, or the high voltage battery are on.
  • Electric Driving: The vehicle is running and in drive (D) or neutral (N). The high voltage battery provides power to the wheels.
  • Hybrid Driving: The vehicle is running and in drive (D) or neutral (N). The engine and the high voltage battery provide power to the wheels.
  • Engine Driving: The vehicle is running and in drive (D) or neutral (N). The engine provides power to the wheels.
  • Regenerative Braking: The vehicle is running in drive gear (D) and is slowing down. The regenerative braking system captures power and sends it back to the high voltage battery.
  • Charging: The vehicle is plugged in and the high voltage battery is being charged.

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