2020 Lincoln Navigator Offers New Monochromatic Themes, More Standard Tech
Car Pro | July 17, 2019
2020 Lincoln Navigator Reserve Monochromatic Package Editions. Credit: Lincoln
Some updates are coming to Lincolnís popular Navigator SUV that was redesigned in 2018, its first overhaul in a decade.
New Monochromatic Themes
The 2020 Lincoln Navigator lineup will include three new monochromatic themes -- Pristine White, Ceramic Pearl and Infinite Black, available exclusively on the Reserve trim. Lincoln says the monochromatic look is designed to reflect the current minimalist color trend.
More standard technology
The 2020 Navigator is also receiving more standard technology. It includes Lincoln-exclusive Phone As A Key technology, which debuts on the all-new Aviator this summer. Activated through the Lincoln Way app, the technology allows owners to lock and unlock doors, open the liftgate and start and drive their Navigator without a traditional key fob. The Navigator will offer it as a standard feature.
Power running boards are now standard, as are heated and ventilated front-row seats and a wireless charging pad for compatible mobile phones. Navigator also gains Lincoln Co-Pilot360, a suite of Lincolnís popular driver-assist technologies that includes:
Auto High-Beam Headlamps
Blind Spot Detection with Cross-Traffic Alert and trailer coverage
Lane-Keeping System with Driver Alert, Lane-Keeping Alert, Lane-Keeping Assist
Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking
Dynamic Brake Support
Forward Collision Warning
Rear view camera with washer
Lincoln says the Navigator continues to build momentum among luxury buyers, with more than 66 percent of sales coming from other brands. The most luxurious trims are attracting the most buyers with nine out of ten of them choosing Navigators sold as Reserve or Black Label series.
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