Lincoln has worked hard and succeeded to redefine a luxury experience with the all-new Lincoln Nautilus.
The Nautilus has replaced the MKX . It features updated interior style, seats five people and comes standard with leather upholstery and power-adjustable heated front seats.
The upgraded stylish cabin that incorporates plenty of high-quality materials, remains quiet even at speeds of over 120 km/h making it a hallmark of uncompromising comfort and first class driving pleasure.
Engine: V6 – 2.7 Liter Twin Turbo
Transmission: 8 speed
Drive System: All Wheel Drive
The standout thing about the Nautilus front is the latest Lincoln grille design. The entire front end has been redesigned with new headlamps, the hood is bold and stylish just like the front fenders.
The rear lighting arrangement and lower bumper also have been re-modeled. The wheels though, look much similar to the turbine style design from Lincoln Navigator.
As a standard the Nautilus comes with a dual-zone automatic climate control, a Leather-wrapped steering wheel with cruise control and secondary audio controls, an infotainment system that has an 8-inch touch screen, Bluetooth, a strong 10 speaker audio system, satellite radio, Apple CarPlay, /Android Auto, two USB ports and a WiFi Hotspot.
Upgrade features include a panoramic sunroof, a rear-seat entertainment system, 19 speaker system Revel Ultima with QuantumLogic, HD Radio, wireless device charging and satellite navigation.
Driver assistance features include automatic high beams, a rearview camera, rear parking sensors, rear cross traffic alert, blind spot monitoring, lane departure warning, lane keep assist, forward collision warning, pedestrian detection, and automatic emergency braking.
Available active safety features that are originally a part of Lincoln’s Co-Pilot360 suite, include a 360-degree camera, front parking sensors, adaptive cruise control, evasive steering assist and a parallel and perpendicular park assist.
The twin-turbocharged 2.7-liter V6 engine produces 335 horsepower. This makes Nautilus feel noticeably quicker as compared to the base engine. However, it is still not comparable to some of the other German crossovers out there on the road.
The engine is connected to an eight-speed automatic transmission with exceptionally smooth shifts. The notable thing about the engine and its transmission is the ability for it to automatically shift to a lower gear when more power is needed.