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2021 Lincoln Navigator Special Edition Package Incoming

Ford Motor Company is bringing an extra dose of style to the 2021 Lincoln Navigator, and Ford Authority has the exclusive scoop. According to sources, a new Special Edition package is on the way for the Navigator Black Label – the range-topping Navigator trim.

The Special Edition package, as it will be officially called, starts off with a unique body-color mesh grille. A set of body-colored mirror caps join the blacked-out roof and roof rails. Rounding out the 2021 Lincoln Navigator Special Edition package is a set of 22-inch wheels with a 12-spoke design with an Ebony Black finish with Lincoln Star Hub wheel ornaments. No photos of the new package are available as of this writing.

2018 Lincoln Navigator

2018 Lincoln Navigator

There is one limitation to the new 2021 Lincoln Navigator Special Edition package, and that is that it’s not available with the Infinite Black exterior color. That means those interested in a fully blacked-out Navigator will have to opt for the Monochromatic package announced last year. Meanwhile, the package is available with every other exterior color of the 2021 Navigator Black Label, for both the regular-length and extended-length L model.

We imagine the various unique and black accents included in the package look stunning when paired with the Chroma Crystal Blue paint, pictured above and below.

2018 Lincoln Navigator in Chrome Crystal Blue

2018 Lincoln Navigator in Chrome Crystal Blue

Those interested in the 2021 Lincoln Navigator Special Edition will need to wait a few months before ordering or taking delivery, since information obtained by Ford Authority states that the package will be made available later on in the model year. In other words, the package will not be available when the 2021 Navigator goes into production.

Sales Numbers - Full-Size Luxury SUVs - Q2 2020 - USA

MODEL Q2 20 / Q2 19 Q2 20 Q2 19 Q2 20 SHARE Q2 19 SHARE YTD 20 / YTD 19 YTD 20 YTD 19
CADILLAC ESCALADE -47.68% 4,935 9,432 40% 48% -35.05% 10,555 16,251
INFINITI QX80 -24.55% 3,638 4,822 30% 24% -12.96% 9,236 10,611
LINCOLN NAVIGATOR -37.34% 2,749 4,387 22% 22% -25.76% 6,575 8,856
LEXUS LX -11.60% 968 1,095 8% 6% -21.44% 1,814 2,309
TOTAL -37.73% 12,290 19,736 -25.89% 28,180 38,027

Despite an industry-wide slump in auto sales, the Lincoln Navigator has been holding its own. Navigator sales decreased 37 percent to 2,749 units during the second quarter of 2020, while sales of its primary rival – the Cadillac Escalade – fell a much faster 48 percent to 4,935 units. To that end, the 2021 Lincoln Navigator Special Edition package should help maintain customer interest in the flagship Lincoln utility, potentially helping sales in the process.

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  1. Smalls

    I always wondered why FoMoCo doesn’t do more special edition Lincoln’s. The coach edition is a smash, and if you only have about 5 current models you sell, doesn’t it make sense to keep the buzz going by releasing some special editions???

  2. Roy Chiles

    Lincoln has got to be kidding how much thought went into calling a new model Navigator “ Special Edition “ ? Lincoln Navigator Presidential sound better what’s coming next Limited? Creating Icons Luxury and Status isn’t that hard. Sad thing is the Coach Edition Continental is the only model that should have been build. Sales would have been stronger and the sedan would still be on the market today

    1. Alex Luft

      Have you used, ridden in or been around a Coach Edition Continental? The way the doors open is cool in theory, but far from ideal in practice, since it’s almost impossible for the front and rear passengers to enter and exit the vehicle simultaneously.

      1. Roy Chiles

        Yes 1963 and I had no problem getting in or out that why I want one. All the new 2020 Coach Door Editors sold out in hours now sitting in garages for 20 years to become a future Classic. Build it we will buy it

      2. Roy Chiles

        A1963 yes and I had no problem getting in or out that why I want one. All the new 2020 Coach Door Editors sold out in hours now sitting in garages for 20 years to become a future Classic. A 2020 No that might be a problem for you. Am the only person that’s going to be getting in and out of it.No vehicle is perfect it’s still way cooler than the boring sedan the market ended up with,Build it we will buy it

  3. Jason Blaine Upton

    I was hoping they were going to upgrade the interior screens. I am going to buy but cannot wait longer for the next Navigator redesign. But looking at the new Escalade and even the Grand Wagoner the Nav interior is looking cheap and ancient all ready. I would leave everything else alone. Just redo the dash with awesome screens and accent lighting. The outside is awesome. The 2nd row is spectacular. But I think I have to go with the Escalade since it looks like we are years away from any significant change. Since this special edition sounds more like more monochromatic rather than actually special edition.


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