Warning chimes are all over modern motor vehicles, and most of them sound like random vibrations of the SID chip in the old Commodore 64. So I’m inclined to applaud the arrival of something new:
Let’s say you’ve left your fuel door open like an idiot, or maybe attempted to drive off with the parking brake engaged. Instantly, the Aviator springs into action, booting up a live recording of a warning chime recorded by the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. In all, Lincoln commissioned six different non-critical warning chimes from the orchestra, covering 25 vehicle functions.
About the 900th iteration, you might get sick of this symphonic stuff, to which I say: “Buckle your damn seat belt already.”