The Lincoln Motor Company introduces the new 2019 Lincoln Nautilus, a midsize high-end SUV providing a powerful turbocharged engine range and a suite of innovative technologies created to give drivers greater self-confidence on the road. Nautilus– the follower to Lincoln MKX– signs up with the 2019 MKC, the stylish Continental, the all-new Navigator, and the elegant MKZ for a lineup of vehicles quickly recognizable as Lincoln.
The distinct style of Lincoln Nautilus aligns with the rest of the Lincoln household, presenting a strong, bold signature grille. The midsize energy vehicle preserves its special, streamlined shape, providing an unified aesthetic and aerodynamic effectiveness. A new wheel choice allows customers to purchase a Lincoln Nautilus to match their individual design.
The Nautilus’ passenger cabin is more familiar, however features a range of upgrades consisting of a new 12.3-inch all-digital gauge cluster and cordless phone charging. Lincoln says the cabin is quieter, too, with decreased wind and road sound.
The new-ish Lincoln will also offer the Black Label treatment, a top-tier trim including premium products in specially curated designer styles including Chalet, Thoroughbred and all-new Gala. Nautilus Black Label vehicles are likewise qualified for complimentary yearly vehicle detailing and anytime car cleans.
A smooth console serves to open up the cabin, while the advanced push-button gear shift integrates perfectly with timeless knobs and buttons. A concealed wireless charging pad enables compatible smartphones to stay connected, and puts an end to the trouble of tangled cables. A large center touch screen functions as the portal to basic SYNC ® 3 with both Apple CarPlay ™ and Android Auto ™ compatibility, making it possible for customers to handle audio, phone, navigation and more either from that point or guiding wheel-mounted controls.
Lincoln Nautilus relocate to an all turbocharged engine lineup for 2019, using an effective 2.7-liter engine that provides an approximated 335 horsepower and 380 lb.-ft. of torque. Power is delivered thanks to three technologies– turbocharging, direct injection and twin independent variable camshaft timing. A basic approximated 245-horsepower 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine is efficient and smooth in operation. Both engines include standard Auto Start-Stop ability, plus an eight-speed automated transmission.