The 2019 Lincoln Nautilus may look familiar, it is the reinvented popular Lincoln MKC but will tons of new features coming standard. 
First let's get down to the obvious - the exterior design. It's sleek and sporty with all new LED lights, separated turn indicator lights, and on higher trim models, LED fog lamps set in the bottom. The grille of this new utility SUV matches it's fellow lineup partners the Lincoln Continental and Lincoln Navigator - it's built out with a full chrome grille across the front of the vehicle giving it a tough look. All Lincoln Nautilus come standard with a Hands-free, foot-activated power liftgate to give you that effortless Lincoln experience.

Don't let words like tough and sport make you think this newly designed SUV lacks luxury, it's quite the opposite. Lincoln is rolling out Lincoln Co-Pilot 360 which comes standard on all trim levels of the Nautilus. Lincoln Co-Pilot 360 includes:

Blind Spot Detection (BLIS) with cross-traffic alert 
Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB) 
Lane-Keeping System featuring lane-keeping aid and lane departure warning
Rear view camera 
Auto high beam

Not only do all of these safety features come standard but personal profiles in the vehicle is standard as well. Setup up to 3 different profiles which control more than 80 different settings in your vehicle. When you get in your new Lincoln Nautilus it will confirm who the driver is and switch to your settings, everything from climate controls, to color of the ambient lights, radio settings, and of course your standard seats, pedals, steering wheel.
The standard rear view camera also comes standard with a wash to make sure your view is never obstructed. All trim levels also come with the frameless rear view mirror that you saw in the 2018 Lincoln Navigator, this small change adds simple elegance to this sport SUV. 

When you bump up to the Reserve trim level - more safety features are available like Evasive Steer Assist (ESA) to help the driver detect and get around objects in the road and Lane Centering Assist turns on when using Stop and Go adaptive Cruise Control. All of these features help make the drivers experience effortless and safe. 

Other things to note about the new 2019 Nautilus line up the exterior will come in three new colors - Infinite Black Metallic, Ceramic Pearl Metallic Tri-coat, Ochre Brown Metallic. Also, the entire lineup has Turbocharged 2.0L I-4 gas engine with Auto Start-Stop Technology and Eight-speed automatic transmission with SelectShift capability.
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