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2024 Lincoln Nautilus Drops ‘Rejuvenate’ Feature At Launch

The all-new, redesigned 2024 Lincoln Nautilus debuted back in April, marking more than one major change for the luxurious crossover. Aside from the fact that it’s been significantly updated compared to the outgoing model, the new Nautilus will be built in China at the at Changan Ford Hangzhou Assembly plant, rather than the the Oakville Assembly plant in Canada, as Ford Authority previously reported. However, it seems as if there’s one more change in store for the 2024 Lincoln Nautilus ahead of its launch, which is currently scheduled for early next year – it won’t come equipped with Lincoln’s Rejuvenate feature, according to CarsDirect.

Rejuvenate- which is currently listed as standard equipment on Reserve and Black Label trims – won’t be quite ready in time for the launch of the 2024 Lincoln Nautilus, according to a letter recently sent to dealers. Thus, customers who already have an order placed for the new model early in the process will instead receive a $200 credit, or, alternatively, they can cancel their order altogether. However, Rejuvenate will be available to install via an over-the-air update at some point in the future.

“To ensure the highest quality experience for our Nautilus clients, we are taking additional time to ensure feature readiness and testing,” the dealer letter states. “Lincoln Rejuvenate will not be available to clients at launch and will be delivered retroactively in the future via a software update.”

Lincoln Rejuvenate is a feature that’s designed to “specially curate sensory experiences tied to lighting, screen visuals, and personal preferences such as seating position and massage options,” according to the brand. It accomplishes this by orchestrating animations on the crossover’s display screens, massage options, interior lighting, seat position, and scents emitted through cartridges that are located in the center armrest, changing these options around based on different moods of the driver.

We’ll have more on the 2024 Lincoln Nautilus soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Lincoln news, Lincoln Nautilus news, and continuous Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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  1. Hafcanadian

    Who cares about the ‘24 Nautilus? Ford needs to understand that they’ve lost a bunch of us Americans that end their interest in that otherwise great line with the ill-advised move out of North American free-enterprise manufacturing.

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    1. Allie

      Agree, what a disappointment.

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    2. John Broadbent

      WAA WAA WAA!

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      1. Michelle carabini

        I do. We just ordered one cant wait it’s a beautiful car. Love the new heads up screen they are the next level in car design. No more turning head to see the screen. It’s a wow factor

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