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New for 2021, the Lincoln Nautilus introduces a reworked interior that better reflects the latest Lincoln character.
The Lincoln lineup has changed radically in the last couple of years as the brand has shifted solely to SUVs. Its current models are instantly recognizable from their similar exterior and interior styling, and they share a focus on handsome design and luxe features, rather than the pleasure of driving for driving's sake. With this latest round of changes to the Nautilus, it fits right in.
The new instrument panel sweeps from door to door with a shelf-like lower portion that mimics the design seen in Lincoln’s other SUVs. A 13.2 inch touch screen sits on top of the instrument panel that runs the easy to operate SYNC4 infotainment technology. 

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The SYNC4 interface incorporates cloud-based connectivity, over-the-air software updates, wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, and a phone-as-a-key function that can act as a digital key fob. SYNC4 also features natural speech voice recognition with the use of the phrase, “Hey, Lincoln'' to request its support. 
At the base of the instrument panel is the new intuitive piano-key shifter. There is also a new center console with easy-to-use buttons for operating the climate controls and the standard Revel Audio System. 
Aside from the interior changes, the new Nautilus is very similar to last year’s model. Familiar powertrains include a standard 250-hp turbocharged 2.0-liter inline-four and an optional 335-hp twin-turbo 2.7-liter V-6, both of which mate to an eight-speed automatic transmission and either front- or all-wheel drive. 
Adaptive dampers are standard with the V-6. The Reserve model has available all-wheel drive and V-6. Other options include black 20-inch wheels and exterior trim, 22-way power-adjustable front seats with massage, and the top 19-speaker Revel Ultima audio system.
Categories: Nautilus
Tags: nautilus, 2021