Lincoln has come a long way over the last few years from a company close to going under to an automaker that is hailed for having some of the best designs out there. Lincoln and Ford were both in the top five in the most recent JD Power survey in initial quality for the first time. The 2020 Lincoln Navigator is one of the iconic and very attractive vehicles that Lincon has unveiled, and the automaker is talking up the Monochromatic Package that is available for the SUV.
Lincoln will offer the Monochromatic Package on the 2020 Lincoln Navigator Reserve series. Three different Monochromatic Package colors will be offered, including Pristine White, Ceramic Pearl, and Infinite Black. Lincoln says that the package reflects the minimalistic color scheme popular in fashion and home decor.
Lincoln’s chief designer, Earl Lucas, says that the monochromatic palette emphasizes the strong lines of the 2020 Lincoln Navigator. All of the main colors of the monochromatic Package offer black wheels. There are chrome features on the SUVs, and some black as well; the vehicle isn’t all one color as you might expect.
Lincoln is bragging that more than 66 percent of its sales come from other brands. Most people who choose Navigator are choosing high-end versions. Lincoln says that one out of ten clients chooses high series Reserve or Black Label Navigators. Lincoln hasn’t offered any pricing details on the Monochromatic Package Navigator. The 2019 Navigator starts at $73,205 for a base version, the Reserve starts at $85,205, and the Black Label starts at $96,395. Lincoln should announce pricing for the new packages before long.