2019 Lincoln Nautilus is available in four different levels of lighting: Select, Black-Label, Reserve, and Basic. Nautilus mainly maintains the same interior design as Lincoln MKX last year. The surface area of the optional skin stool feels luxurious, and the detail is fine, and the looks from the back may be a bit better.
2019 Lincoln Nautilus Interior
The 2019 Nautilus base comes standard with an impressive collection of driver’s safety assistance, including convenient cruise control, blind spot monitoring, lane maintenance, high-beam rays, and pre-emergence warning with automatic emergency braking. Inside the cabin are a digital cluster display, two-zone climate control, power adjustable front seats, driver seat memory, front hotspots, and simulated leather upholstery. The standard is also flashing and unlocking, an 8-inch touchscreen with Sync 3 interface, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay integration, 4G Wi-Fi, and a 10-speaker radio system with satellite radio.
2019 Lincoln Nautilus Features
Moving up to choice brings you LED lights and headlights, as well as the Lincoln Embrace II package, which includes, among other things, a unique initial startup sequence and remote software upgrading capabilities. There are also leather shoe surfaces, a power steering wheel, a wireless lock, a standard Enhanced Security package, and rearview mirror mirrors.
The standards and optional equipment with the Reserve. Standards are 20-inch wheels, adaptive suspension, heated and ventilated front seats, a panoramic window and 13-speaker Revel audio system. Optional packages with this fit include a Driver Assistance Pack, with improved navigation control and adaptive direction with disconnection help; a technological package, a 360-degree camera, front parking sensors, and an automated parking system; and Ultimate, 21-inch wheels, improved LED headlights and a 19-speaker audio system.
The top black label is similar to the stock but offers various ink and theme options. The black label also comes with what is effectively a personal goalie and maintenance service for the vehicles.
2019 Lincoln Nautilus Engine
Each comes standard with a four-cylinder turbo engine of 2.0 liters (250 horsepower, 280 pounds) and an eight-speed automatic transmission. Moving through the scale levels opens up several option packages, more standard equipment and wheels, and different tire options. Wheeled car is standard and all wheeled wheels are optional. Select also unlocks the optional V6 2.7-liter (335 hp, 380 lb-ft) V6 engine and adapter suspension available if you select the all-wheel-drive option. Other options include a panoramic window, an attractive package, a climatic package, and an optional Revel 13-speaker audio system. Twenty-inch wheels are also available.
2019 Lincoln Nautilus Safety
Nautilus 2019 is not being fully tested, though it has won four out of five stars in the rollover test of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Driver’s standard driver features include high-beam autofocus, rear camera, rear parking sensors, rear traffic signal, country blind monitoring, lane warning, lane warning, pedestrian breakdown, and braking automatic emergency. Some of these features are part of Lincoln’s Co-Pilot360 security technology kit. Available features include a 360-degree camera, 2019 Lincoln Nautilus front parking sensors, speed control controls, evacuation helper, and parallel and cingulate assistance.