Ford has recently trademarked "Lincoln eGlide", I think I may know what it's for.
Lincoln is getting a version of "CoPilot 360+ 2.0", essentially Ford's version of hands-free SuperCruise with facial tracking. The hardware actually debuted silently on the Mach E but Ford hasn't officially launched it yet. You can see the face tracking monitor mounted above the steering wheel in the Mach E. This tech is going to be available on most Lincolns and Fords and is part of the new Sync 4 architecture. The idea is that it can be activated and updated over time.
Anyway, that's my theory on this. Lincoln currently uses "AirGlide" for their adaptive air suspension system. Presumably the Aviator is the most eligible candidate for the platform since Aviator and Explorer are getting a Sync 4 update for 2022.