2021 Lincoln Nautilus Gets Sync 4 And Phone As A Key Technology

Lincoln introduces the new 2021 Lincoln Nautilus showcasing the brand’s signature design, elevated technology, and a new interior that brings a sense of calm and sanctuary to the midsize luxury SUV segment.

With the signature design elements inspired by the horizon, Nautilus offers clients a serene, sanctuary-like interior. Nautilus’ smooth ride and handling enhance the midsize SUV’s effortless performance, while, intuitive technologies bring new levels of simplicity and connectivity. The 2021 Nautilus brings the new SYNC 4 system on a 13.2-inch screen to the Lincoln portfolio.

With a coast-to-coast view from the cabin that mirrors a classic view of the horizon, the new interior design of the 2021 Nautilus provides a calming environment, consistent with Lincoln’s Quiet Flight DNA.

Sophisticated colors and materials serve to complement the design in the new Nautilus. Two new standard interior colors in addition to two Lincoln Black Label themes – Chalet and Flight – provide elegant choices for the discerning Nautilus client.

With a more polished, refined front end, three new exterior colors are available for Nautilus – Asher Gray, also available in a sleek Monochromatic Package, Green Gem, and signature Lincoln Flight Blue.

Making its Lincoln debut, SYNC 4 arrives with even more simplicity and connectivity on the 13.2-inch horizontal center stack screen designed to inspire confidence and help keep clients connected. 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 compatible smartphone – no traditional key necessary.

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

An available 2.7-liter twin-turbocharged V6 engine offers a blend of power and refinement, delivering 335 horsepower and 515 Nm of torque. The 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder remains standard, with its 250 horsepower and 380 Nm. of torque. Both engines include standard Auto Start-Stop capability and an 8-speed transmission for smooth acceleration and an effortless drive experience.

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

Nautilus will continue to be built in Oakville, Ontario, for North America and will arrive in dealerships early next year.

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