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2024 Lincoln Nautilus Reserve With Jet Package: Photos

The 2024 Lincoln Nautilus represents a complete redesign for the midsize two-row crossover, with totally new styling, an expansive dash-spanning screen setup, and a new infotainment system. Perhaps more importantly, it debuts with an all-new 2.0L turbocharged hybrid I-4 engine, making in the first-ever electrified Nautilus. As Ford Authority previously detailed, photographers recently captured a Premiere with the Jet Appearance Package out in public for the first time. Now, they have done it again, getting solid shots of a Nautilus Reserve with the same package out in the real world.

2024 Lincoln Nautilus Reserve front three quarter view

Our featured 2024 Lincoln Nautilus Reserve is wearing Silver Radiance Metallic paint, which is actually a carryover color from the previous generation’s lineup. That said, when paired with the optional Jet Appearance Package, it becomes apparent why Lincoln decided to keep the color in the lineup for the generational change. That aforementioned package adds an additional $3,000 to the price of a Reserve, but adds a lot of compelling equipment including special 22-inch aluminum wheels and a whole bunch of blacked out goodies. Those goodies include a blacked out fender badge, grille, roof rails, beltline molding, lower cladding, and rear bumper. Combined with the standard black painted roof, the package essentially makes half the crossover into a compelling two-tone people mover.

2024 Lincoln Nautilus

This 2024 Lincoln Nautilus Reserve features the Panoramic Vista Roof, which means it could have the Reserve II or Reserve III equipment collection. Both equipment tiers feature a hands-free power liftgate, four year subscription to Lincoln BlueCruise, Auto Air Refresh, and Digital Scent in their respective collections. Digital Scent is an all-new feature this generation, and every Nautilus that has the experience will come with three cartridges from the factory: Violet Cashmere, Mystic Forest, and Ozonic Azure.

2024 Lincoln Nautilus

Another compelling addition to the 2024 Lincoln Nautilus lineup is the new 2.0L turbocharged hybrid engine. Optional on all trims, the new powertrain pairs a CVT with a 100kW electric motor and will offer a total output of 310 horsepower. The 2.0L turbocharged powerplant from the current generation is the standard setup, and will offer 250 horsepower and 275 pound-feet of torque, which is essentially the same power levels as the 2023 model.

The all-new model is expected to arrive in North America in early 2024, and will be the first Lincoln imported from China. Customers can place orders now.

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

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. JimL

    Nice vehicle. But made in China means it will get 0 consideration from me, and hopefully from all customers.

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    1. Karl

      Can you share with us where exactly was the device you used to write your comment was made??

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      1. The Retired Viking

        It may have been a Chinese device. So what? In a lot of cases, all that is available is Chinese. With cars, we still have a choice.

        I have all manner of Chinese goods in my home because such things are ONLY made in China for the American market. Where I have a choice, I buy American, or from an ally.

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        1. Spete

          I agree with You!

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  2. Michael K

    Really is a striking vehicle, huge upgrade for Lincoln styling.

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  3. Ken B.

    Why China ? Lost my interest.

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    1. The Retired Viking

      Because Ford, like GM, hopes to eventually be nothing but a vehicle IMPORTER, and not a company making vehicles here. I find it interesting that Mercedes, Toyota, BMW, Nissan, Subaru, Stellantis, and others can make cars here, at a profit, and with high quality. Ford and GM can’t. Or, won’t.

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      1. scorpio

        Why do you think that? Ford is just building a huge brandnew factory. Most of brands now also manufacture cars in China. Tesla was or still is exporting cars from China to Europe. Almost all Appleproducts are made in China, as so much other appliances and products. I believe Walmart is the US biggest importer for Chinese products.

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      2. ArtG

        You can omit “high quality” from some of those.

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        1. The Retired Viking

          Certainly you can. BMW and some others come to mind. And, the problem is not American labor.

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    2. Pete Anderson

      China has higher quality standards and a more educated and sober (drug free) workforce. You can’t smoke dope on your lunch break in China, LOL. Also consider that our legacy auto manufacturers would have long ago gone out of business if they weren’t manufacturing and selling vehicles in China. Ford may be down the tubes anyway, but if people don’t buy Chinese produced Fords, it will only accelerate the downfall.

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  4. c

    Some words for this comment section. Maybe instead of focusing on where it is made, focus on the merits of the car, which look to be incredible. Brand new infotainment, high quality unique materials everywhere, and striking styling that shames everything else in the class. Plus, China has been getting better Lincolns for years, so I see this as a huge plus.

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  5. Sid Gold

    I have owned Lincoln for years and will NOT buy any made in China !!!
    Pity that Ford / Lincoln is giving up on North America

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  6. Ed Osgood

    What was Negotiated with the UNIONIZED auto workers? Huge difference in wages between USA and China— Will the vehicles price reflect the much smaller labor costs to manufacture in China? Same BS with GM- Identical truck in the dealers lot, one made in Mexico @ $3.90 hour labor costs, one made in USA, both Stickers Identical. Where’s the UNITED AUTO WORKERS UNION???

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  7. Kyle

    Ford’s American manufacturing has been synonymous with rattles, panel gaps/misalignments, and overall horrible build quality. I wonder what people crying about this are talking about when they say “American quality” and “Chinese crap.” “American” and “quality” don’t go together when it comes to cars.

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  8. JackG

    So why can’t the ’24 Nautilus be built here? Lincoln needs a dedicated factory like they had with Wixom years ago. State of the art, tech advanced etc. This should be worked into the UAW contract with Ford forcing them to do this.

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  9. Michael K

    There are several way more sober reasons to explain why Nautilus is being imported from China. For one thing, China is Lincoln’s biggest market and the only place where it has strong growth potential, so it makes sense to concentrate production there. But more importantly, Lincoln doesn’t have a plant to share with Ford in this case because the Edge was dropped and Ford is shunning 2-row ICE crossovers which remain relevant only in luxury segments. So the only economical way to maintain the relatively low volume of Nautilus sales in the US is to combine production where the market is bigger. Lincoln is also transitioning to EVs and so are most Ford plants, in a matter of years there won’t be any ICE Crossover plants and Nautilus will likely be dropped in favor of an EV by the end of the decade anyway. So this isn’t about Ford/Lincoln turning to Chinese production, this is just a side effect of the weird transitional era we are living in.

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  10. Spete

    I have a 2016 made in 🇺🇸 America, a 2017 made in 🇩🇪 Germany and this upcoming 2024 made in China 🇨🇳 …..I like what I like!!!

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