The Lincoln Aviator plays actual orchestral music when the door’s ajar

Thanks to the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, those annoying chimes that warn you when you forgot your keys in the car will now be a little more pleasant.

A couple of violinists and a xylophone player from the orchestra recorded all the warning sounds you’ll hear in the new Lincoln Aviator.

Lincoln approached the DSO to come up with 125 different sound options, which it then narrowed down to only six.

The sounds will play when, for example, a door is opened or when the passenger doesn’t have their seatbelt on. In total they’ll be paired along with 25 other warning features in the Aviator.

The chimes will also find their way onto other Lincolns in the future. Check out the video for a small sample of what the chimes sound like.

The new Lincoln Aviator is part of Ford’s plan to revitalize the brand and will inherit its styling from the Navigator. Along with the new Expedition, Nautilus and MKC, five more SUVs will also join the lineup within in the coming years, as well as a hybrid Aviator.

The Aviator will debut at the 2019 LA auto show, where it will feature new tech such as smartphone-controlled entry with start system.

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