The Lincoln Motor Company introduces the new 2019 Lincoln Nautilus, a midsize luxury SUV delivering a powerful turbocharged engine range and a suite of advanced technologies designed to offer motorists greater self-confidence on the road. Nautilus– the successor to Lincoln MKX– signs up with the 2019 MKC, the classy Continental, the all-new Navigator, and the elegant MKZ for a lineup of vehicles immediately recognizable as Lincoln.
2019 Lincoln Nautilus Design
The distinctive design of Lincoln Nautilus aligns with the rest of the Lincoln household, providing a strong, vibrant signature grille. The midsize utility vehicle preserves its distinct, smooth shape, providing an unified visual and aerodynamic performance. A new wheel choice allows customers to buy a Lincoln Nautilus to suit their individual design.
2019 Lincoln Nautilus Cabin
The Nautilus’ traveler cabin is more familiar, however features a range of upgrades including a new 12.3-inch all-digital gauge cluster and wireless phone charging. Lincoln states the cabin is quieter, too, with decreased wind and road noise.
2019 Lincoln Nautilus Trim Levels
The new-ish Lincoln will likewise provide the Black Label treatment, a top-tier trim featuring premium materials in specially curated designer themes including Chalet, Thoroughbred and brand new Gala. Nautilus Black Label vehicles are likewise qualified for complimentary annual vehicle detailing and anytime car cleans.
2019 Lincoln Nautilus Features
A smooth console serves to open the cabin, while the sophisticated push-button gear shift incorporates perfectly with classic knobs and buttons. A hidden wireless charging pad permits compatible smartphones to remain linked, and puts an end to the inconvenience of tangled cords. A big center touch screen functions as the portal to standard 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 steering wheel-mounted controls.
2019 Lincoln Nautilus Engine
Lincoln Nautilus relocate to an all turbocharged engine lineup for 2019, offering an effective 2.7-liter engine that provides an estimated 335 horsepower and 380 lb.-ft. of torque. Power is delivered thanks to 3 technologies– turbocharging, direct injection and twin independent variable camshaft timing.
A basic estimated 245-horsepower 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine is efficient and smooth in operation. Both engines consist of standard Auto Start-Stop ability, plus an eight-speed automated transmission.