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2021 Lincoln Navigator Gains New Green Gem Color: First Look

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The 2021 Lincoln Navigator adds four new colors to its roster: Flight Blue, Asher Gray, Signature Navy, and Green Gem. Here’s our first look at the Green Gem option.

2021 Lincoln Navigator

Assigned order code W6, Green Gem is one of ten colors available on the 2021 Lincoln Navigator Base and Reserve. However, the new Green Gem color is not available on the range-topping Black Label trim.

The Green Gem color is a no-cost option, and is available on the standard length Navigator and extended length Navigator L at no additional cost. However, the color option cannot be paired with the Reserve Monochromatic equipment group or with the Dark Slate cabin environment.

Lincoln Navigator Trim Levels:

  • Base
  • Reserve
  • Black Label

Lincoln Navigator Interior Color Combinations:

  • Cappuccino
  • Ebony
  • Dark Slate
  • Russet
  • Chalet*
  • Yacht Club*
  • Destination*
  • * Black Label interior themes

As of this writing, the 2021 Navigator is available at the retail level, as the Ford Kentucky Truck plant has been producing the SUV since late 2020, albeit with moderate disruptions to its output as a result of the ongoing microchip shortage.

Shoppers interested in Lincoln’s full-size SUV should check with their local dealer regarding pricing and availability of models clad in the Green Gem color.

Ford Authority has extensively covered the changes to the 2021 Lincoln Navigator, which include the addition of the Special Edition Package and the expanded availability of the electronic limited-slip differential.

The 2021 Navigator rides on the Ford T3 platform shared with the 2021 Ford Expedition. Lincoln completely redesigned the Navigator for the 2018 model year, representing the fourth generation of the nameplate. A refresh for the 2022 model year will bring about new front and rear fascias, a new hybrid model, and various enhancements to its cabin, such as the addition of a larger center screen.

We’ll have more on the 2021 Lincoln Navigator soon, so subscribe to Ford Authority for the latest Lincoln news, Lincoln Navigator news, and continuous Ford news coverage.

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Ed owns a 1986 Ford Taurus LX, and he routinely daydreams about buying another one, a fantasy that may someday become a reality.

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Comments

  1. Roy Chile’s

    I wish LINCOLN would build a proper Luxury Flagship and stop calling this SUV that don’t have options you can get in a Ford F-150 Platinum like the reclining sleep front seats. Ford got 5 new models but didn’t spend a dime on its Luxury division Bronco, Bronco Sport, Maverick, Mach E and F150 Lightning. Where’s Continental EV Sedan or Blackwood full-size or Ton EV to compete with Cadillac and Hummer??? Not even a EV Navigator It’s a nice color green remind me of the Mustang BULLITT

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    1. Antoine

      The Mustang Built is much more of a darker hunter green. Get your colors correct.

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      1. Roy Chile’s

        I got a better idea STAY N YOUR LANE, I said it reminds me of not the same color

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  2. Mike

    That’s an ugly color , where are the silver blues and some lighter elegant colors ?
    Why isn’t Ford creating any new Lincoln’s after killing the Continental and MKZ. Need a few sedans, a convertible coupe, etc. if not, just kill off the brand. Most of them are dull and boring looking with only dull dark colors. Can’t have a viable luxury brand with only a handful of SUVs that basically all look alike .

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    1. Roy Chile’s

      Exactly my point Mike, Ford has Billions to spend on Ford new models and Zero to spend on Lincoln models. Just give them some different colors and customers will be happy. Lincoln was the last to build FWD sedan and the last to return to RWD sedan offerings. Now that Ford has No Sedan Lincoln can better compete in the Sedan market from a entry level FWD to Flagship RWD

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