The 2021 Lincoln Corsair hit dealerships earlier this year, and as Ford Authority has previously outlined, the new model year brought a few changes to the crossover, including the addition of a new Sport package, front and rear camera washer, new exterior color options, and a plug-in hybrid model dubbed the Corsair Grand Touring. The Monochromatic Package was added to the Corsair back in the 2020 model year, but this 2021 Lincoln Corsair Reserve sporting that option still grabbed our attention at the 2021 Chicago Auto Show.
As is the case with the Monochromatic Package available on the Lincoln Navigator and Lincoln Nautilus, checking this box with the 2021 Lincoln Corsair Reserve gives the crossover a much more uniform look that’s all the rage in the world of automobiles, fashion, and home decor these days. Available in conjunction with three exterior colors – Pristine White, Infinite Black, and Asher Gray – the Corsair Monochromatic Package costs $1,600 and includes the following:
- 20-inch black aluminum wheels
- Body-color front grille
- Body-color front and rear bumpers
- Body-color wheel lips
- Body-color rocker panels
- Monochromatic badging
Shoppers interested in the 2021 Lincoln Corsair Monochromatic Package should note that it is available on Reserve series only, and is not available with the Sport Package or Lincoln’s 20-inch bright-machined aluminum wheels with Magnetic-painted pockets. Adding the Monochromatic Packages pushes the price of the 2021 Corsair Reserve to a minimum of $46,390, sans additional options and incentives.
Those interested in bringing home a 2021 Corsair Reserve with the Monochromatic Package should check in with their local dealer, however, as the semiconductor chip shortage has severely impacted production of the crossover and its platform-mate, the Ford Escape, at the Ford Louisville Assembly Plant for much of the year thus far.
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