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Lincoln Introduces the New 2021 Nautilus

Nautilus will arrive in dealerships early 2021. Photo: Lincoln

Nautilus will arrive in dealerships early next year.

Accentuating the horizontal lines, Nautilus receives the new SYNC 4 system on an all-new 13.2-inch center stack screen, while adding the piano key shifter.

Sophisticated colours and materials serve to complement the design in the new Nautilus. Two new standard interior colours provide choices for the Nautilus client.

Sandstone, a new colour family across the portfolio, showcases neutral tones with higher colour contrasts varying from light to dark. Black Ebony returns with new Roast accents on the seats, doors and console armrests, as well as the mid-horizontal instrument panel, and luxury brown tones harmonize with black contrasts, real wood finishes and bright chrome accents.

Three new exterior colours are available for Nautilus – Asher Gray, also available in a sleek Monochromatic Package, Green Gem and Lincoln Flight Blue.

Intuitive technology

Making its Lincoln debut, SYNC 4 arrives with more simplicity and connectivity on the 13.2-inch horizontal center stack screen. Phone As A Key technology, now available across the 2021 Lincoln lineup, comes new to Nautilus and is activated through the Lincoln Way app, allowing clients to start and drive their Lincoln using their smartphone – no traditional key necessary.

With a new Constellation theme inspired by the night sky, the new SYNC 4 brings together blue hues with beautiful pops of orange to mimic the horizon.

Removing the need to plug-in a mobile device, SYNC 4 provides clients SiriusXM with 360L and a digital owner’s manual. Combining conversational voice recognition with internet search, clients can seek the latest information using their natural voice. This new system enables secure, Over-the-Air Updates to bring the latest technologies and improvements to SYNC 4 and the modem with little-to-no action from clients.

Engine

An available 2.7-litre twin-turbocharged V6 engine offers power, delivering 335 horsepower and 380 lb.-ft. of torque. The 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder remains standard, with its 250 horsepower and 280 lb.-ft. of torque. Both engines include standard Auto Start-Stop capability and 8-speed transmission.

The new Nautilus comes standard with Lincoln Co-Pilot360 and available Lincoln Co-Pilot360Plus which features a 360-degree camera with a front sensing system, Adaptive Cruise Control with stop-and-go and lane-centring technology, Distance Alert/Distance Indication and Enhanced Active Park Assist and Evasive Steering Assist.

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