NEXT STAGE: Freshen in 2021
Lincoln is freshening its top-selling nameplate, the Nautilus midsize luxury crossover, with a new infotainment system, larger center screen and cosmetic tweaks in a bid to boost falling sales in a key segment. The 2021 Nautilus, expected to hit showrooms early next year, will come standard with a new 13.2-inch, horizontally oriented center touch screen across all trims. It will be the first Lincoln with the automaker's new Sync 4 infotainment system.
Lincoln plans to discontinue sales in the U.S. after the current life cycle runs out in 2023. And, like the Ford Edge, the Nautilus will be replaced in the lineup with an electric midsize crossover.
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