2021 Lincoln Nautilus Exterior

What's New For the 2021 Lincoln Nautilus?

In 2021, the Lincoln Nautilus is offered with more features than before. The Nautilus gets some changes to its interior, including an expanded list of standard features and more options to add on through packages. This year's Nautilus is now offered with a new grey exterior paint color, along with a pearl color, black, and a pristine white. The interior features a plush and amenity-filled cabin with the latest in technology and safety. An upgraded audio system is available to enhance the Nautilus this year, and it includes the option for more upscale technology features.

The Nautilus Has Many Features Across Several Trims

There are two trim levels available for the Lincoln Nautilus in 2021. The first trim is called the Standard. It has an abundance of safety aids and driver-assist technologies. Highlights of this trim level include 18-pinch wheels, a panoramic sunroof, and an upgraded infotainment system. A premium sound system is now included for the base level of the Nautilus. The second trim level, called the Reserve, adds even more. This trim has an even more advanced audio system, a Revel sound system with 13 speakers for maximum sound and superior sound quality. The infotainment system also includes navigation.

Premium leather seats and a heated steering wheel are added to the second trim level. It also has an adaptive suspension system for a smoother, more enjoyable ride quality. This trim also upgrades to 20-inch wheels for a head-turning exterior, and it is equipped with rain-sensing wipers. 

2021 Lincoln Nautilus Interior

Featuring Great Performance

The mechanical system is the same for the Lincoln Nautilus in 2021, as it was in 2020. Both trims have the same standard base engine, which is a turbo 2.0L four-cylinder. This engine creates up to 250 HP and 280 LB-FT in torque. It comes with an eight-speed transmission. A second engine is available on the Reserve. This engine is a 2.7L V6. Its power output increases to 335 HP, and its torque capacity reaches 380 LB-FT. The standard drivetrain for the 2021 Nautilus is front-wheel drive, while all-wheel drive is available.

Technologies to Keep You Safe

To start, the Lincoln Nautilus offers a handful of driver-assist safety aids that includes forward-collision warning, automatic emergency braking, lane-keep assist, and blind-spot monitoring. Several more safety features are available through the Co-Pilot360 Plus Package that adds on a panoramic camera system and several additional driver aids.

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