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- New Lincoln Nautilus Pairs Powerful Performance With Driver-Assist Technologies That Inspire Confidence
- New Lincoln Nautilus debuts with Lincoln-first technology that inspires driver confidence, like all-new lane-centering feature that helps subtly maintain the vehicle’s position in its lane
- Nautilus is designed to build on the momentum of Lincoln’s best-selling midsize luxury SUV by offering enhanced features for a smoother, more connected drive, and even more standard ownership services

Catering to the desire of luxury clients for personalized vehicles, Gala, an opulent new Lincoln Black Label theme, debuts on Lincoln Nautilus, taking its cues from the world of haute couture at New York’s Met Gala

LOS ANGELES, Nov. 28, 2017 – The Lincoln Motor Company introduces the new Lincoln Nautilus, a midsize luxury SUV delivering a powerful turbocharged engine range and a suite of advanced technologies designed to give drivers greater confidence on the road. Nautilus – the successor to Lincoln MKX – joins the recently unveiled 2019 MKC, the elegant Continental, the all-new Navigator, and the stylish MKZ for a lineup of vehicles instantly recognizable as Lincoln.

“With the introduction of Nautilus, Lincoln has a strong, distinctive portfolio with a common and recognizable identity,” said Lincoln President Kumar Galhotra. “We’re excited to add Nautilus to our Lincoln family of luxury SUVs, along with a new name that better reflects the ideas and attitudes of our clients.”

Lincoln’s midsize SUV continues to attract new clients to the brand, with a conquest rate of nearly 40 percent. New clients are crossing over to Lincoln from Cadillac, Lexus and more. Sales continue to be strong, and the vehicle is on track to deliver its best sales year since its introduction in 2007. Tasteful design, exceptional craftsmanship and room for up to five passengers make it a popular choice for clients in the market for a luxury crossover vehicle. Read more...
 

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Nice, I really like it! With most new model releases, I can usually pick out a few things I don't really care for, but so far I can't pick out anything negative. I would love to own this model!

And yes, I'm glad Lincoln seems to be giving more of their models full names, instead of a type of acronym. Let the foreign makers continue with the acronym thing. :)
 

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Nice, I really like it! With most new model releases, I can usually pick out a few things I don't really care for, but so far I can't pick out anything negative. I would love to own this model!

And yes, I'm glad Lincoln seems to be giving more of their models full names, instead of a type of acronym. Let the foreign makers continue with the acronym thing. :)
Yeah, it's a good looking SUV and I'm sure Lincoln will sell a lot of them. It'll be nice to see them on the road. Lincoln is making a lot of good moves lately. I think we're finally going to see the true resurgence of the Lincoln brand...
 

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When can we expect to test drive one? Really want to drive the 8 speed tranny. Also want to see the new paint colors.
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Off to Detroit for Woodward Ave Dream Cruise in a few weeks. Plan to check Lincoln dealer lots in the area and ask around too while at the show. This is my 7th Dream Cruise show, love it!
 
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