2021 Lincoln Nautilus has the largest-sized infotainment system and is considered the most modern in its segment.
The Nautilus is one of the Lincoln luxury brand’s best-selling models and a dream for many customers. Recently, the American car brand has officially launched the 2021 version for this luxury SUV with comprehensive improvements.
The first must-mention upgrade on the 2021 Lincoln Nautilus is the interior compartment. Specifically, the Nautilus 2021’s cockpit is inspired by the high-end Aviator design with a completely new panel covered with wood, air-conditioning doors are also luxuriously redesigned thanks to glossy chrome trim.
Under the dashboard, the Lincoln Nautilus is equipped with an advanced set of joysticks and a piano key-style number switch. Above is the SYNC 4 information system with a 13.2 inch display screen, to the left of this screen is a 12.3-inch digital dashboard.
The car’s infotainment screen is considered the most modern and the largest in its segment. The interface of the system is Constellation, inspired by the night sky. The car’s infotainment system is integrated with voice recognition technology, online software updates and user manuals. Lincoln says the Nautilus 2021 will get some new color options like Gold and Black.
While the interior of the Lincoln Nautilus 2021 has changed quite a bit, the appearance of the car is only slightly upgraded with some shiny accents, redesigned front shock bumper and 3 additional exterior color options. New includes Gray, Blue and Blue.
Another notable addition to the Lincoln Nautilus 2021 is Phone As A Key technology, which allows users to use the Lincoln way application to unlock and start the car remotely without using a physical key.
The Nautilus 2021 engine options include:
2.0-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder engine, with a capacity of 250 horsepower and maximum torque of 380 Nm
2.7L V6 engine, twin turbocharged, 335 horsepower capacity and maximum torque of 515 Nm
In terms of safety, the Nautilus 2021 luxury SUV is equipped with Co-Pilot360 driver assistance system, automatic headlights, blind spot detection system capable of cross-vehicle warning, front collision warning. comes with automatic emergency braking. Customers wishing to be able to retrofit the Co-Pilot360 Plus with the addition of adaptive cruise monitoring, automatic lane tracking, parking assist, collision avoidance steering and a 360 camera.
It is expected that Lincoln Nautilus 2021 will be officially present at its dealership in early 2021, the price of the car will also be announced before this time.