The redesigned 2024 Lincoln Nautilus debuted in April 2023 as a totally new version of that particular luxurious crossover, one set to undergo major changes in more ways than one. Aside from the typical exterior and interior styling overhaul, a bevy of new tech features, and various other tweaks, the 2024 Lincoln Nautilus will also be built at the Changan Ford Hangzhou Assembly plant in China and exported to the U.S. and other markets, unlike its predecessor, which was produced at the Oakville Assembly plant in Canada. Regardless, FoMoCo previously said that the new Nautilus would arrive in America in early 2024, and now, it appears that this is precisely the case.
A quick search at Autotrader reveals that there are a little over 2,400 2024 Lincoln Nautilus crossovers listed for sale currently, with many of those models actually in stock and not in transit. There’s also a pretty diverse array of models and prices, ranging from around $55k to more than $80k, giving interested customers a pretty decent lot to choose from.
As Ford Authority previously reported, 2024 Lincoln Nautilus production began at the Hangzhou plant back in September, though the Chinese version – which is slightly different than its American counterpart – launched in that market a month prior. The new Nautilus is just one of several new or revised Lincoln products set to launch over the course of 2024 as well, including the arrival of the updated 2025 Lincoln Aviator and 2025 Lincoln Navigator.
Along with standard all-wheel drive, the 2024 Lincoln Nautilus brings about a host of updates for the crossover in addition to its completely new exterior and interior styling, including a massive coast-to-coast display screen and 11.1-inch center screen inside the cabin, BlueCruise 1.2, extensive ambient lighting, a host of digital scents, wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility, a new Lincoln Embrace design, the ability to receive over-the-air software updates, and 5G network capability. However, one planned feature – Lincoln Rejuvenate – won’t be ready until a later date.