2020 Lincoln Nautilus Adds Monochromatic Package

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, Automotive Editor - May 26, 2020

Lincoln offers a monochromatic paint scheme on a few of its vehicles, including the Navigator, Continental, and MKZ. According to a dealer bulletin, the American luxury brand is now expanding its available Monochromatic Package to the Nautilus.

Just like with Lincoln’s other vehicles, the new Monochromatic Package on the Nautilus will only be available on the Reserve trim. For the record, pricing for that trim starts at $49,495 including destination. The Monochromatic Package will cost $1,895 on its own, $1,695 when paired with the Reserve I ($3,375), and $1,695 when chosen with the Reserve II ($9,000).

The package brings 20-inch monochromatic wheels, body-color badges, a black trim piece for the fog lights, and a body-color mesh grille. Unlike the other vehicles that are available with the Monochromatic Package, the Nautilus can only be finished in the Infinite Black exterior paint job.

Lincoln Nautilus

Lincoln introduced the Nautilus in 2019 as a replacement for the MKX. Beyond a name change, the Nautilus received an updated exterior design and a new base engine. The new Monochromatic Package should help the SUV stay fresh among the all-new SUVs the automaker recently introduced.

At the moment, adding a Monochromatic Package on the Nautilus increases the number of Lincolns that are available with the package up to four – more than half of the brand’s lineup. With a Monochromatic Package available on four out of the six vehicles that Lincoln sells, it’s highly likely that the automaker will introduce a similar package on the Corsair and Aviator, which are two of the newer vehicles in the roster. If we were gamblers, we’d bet that the Monochromatic Package on these two would cost between $1,595 and $1,895, as that’s the price for the rest of the lineup.

Regardless of what vehicle you get the Monochromatic Package on, it’s purely an appearance package that doesn’t bring any performance upgrades. On the four available vehicles, larger wheels, a unique grille, and body-colored trim are all that you get. Interestingly, the Monochromatic Package is available in more than one exterior paint color on the Navigator, Continental, and MKZ. With the Continental and MKZ, Infinite Black and White Platinum are both available with the package. Infinite Black, Pristine White, and Ceramic Pearl are all available paint jobs with the Navigator. In the future, we expect the Nautilus to be available in similar exterior paint schemes as the full-size Navigator.

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, Automotive Editor

Based out of the Washington, D.C. area, Joel Patel is an automotive journalist that hails from Northern Virginia. His work has been featured on various automotive outlets, including Autoweek, Digital Trends, and Autoblog. When not writing about cars, Joel enjoys trying new foods, wrenching on his car, and watching horror movies. 

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