Lincoln has been hard at work fortifying its lineup of crossovers and SUVs as it winds down passenger car production altogether. Thankfully, however, that has resulted in some pretty nice products that are also finding success in the showrooms. One of the biggest hits the automaker has landed in recent months is the new Monochromatic Package, which is quickly expanding across the entire range and now includes the Lincoln Nautilus. The Nautilus Monochromatic treatment makes it the fourth Lincoln SUV available with the package.
The Monochromatic Package debuted on the Lincoln Navigator last fall as a dark-themed trim package that quickly proved to be very popular with buyers. So much so, in fact, that the automaker soon extended its availability to the the Lincoln Corsair and the popular and award-winning Lincoln Aviator. So offering a Nautilus Monochromatic Package option was the next logical step.
The package is available for the 2020 Nautilus in only one exterior color right now: Infinite Black. The Corsair, Aviator, and Navigator are currently available with three colors, so we imagine Lincoln will expand the Nautilus’ color palette in the near future.
Regardless, the Monochromatic Package consists of Lincoln’s signature front grille and name badge, which are finished in the monochromatic hue, along with unique 20 inch and 22 inch black wheel designs. The package also includes body-colored side mirrors, lower cladding, and wheel lip moldings.
“The monochromatic palette is clean, uncluttered and emphasizes the beautiful lines of our Lincoln SUVs,” said Earl Lucas, Lincoln chief exterior designer. “From the Corsair, Nautilus, Aviator to Navigator, this option not only enables us to keep our lineup fresh, but also gives our clients a unique option to personalize their Lincoln SUV.”
Monochromatic color schemes are all the rage these days, not just on automobiles, but also in the worlds of fashion and home decor. Lincoln clearly wants to capitalize on that trend, which should only help the brand’s strong SUV sales of late.
Lincoln’s SUV retail share continued to make big gains for the brand with an estimated 1.5 percent lift to more than 7 percent share of the premium SUV segment in Q2 of 2020.
Buyers interested in adding this attractive package to their Nautilus can do so for an extra $1,895. Which, truthfully, isn’t a lot of coin to add some seriously trendy style to an already attractive crossover.
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