- lincoln has rolled out a monochromatic package, currently found on the navigator, to the rest of lincoln’s suv lineup.
- the package includes black-painted wheels and a new grille color, with lower cladding and side mirrors among other parts getting the monochromatic look.
- the new look for suvs comes on the heels of the announcement that the continental sedan has been discontinued after the 2020 model year.
lincoln has been taking a page out of the ford playbook in its emphasis on the suv lineup, which currently consists of the aviator, corsair, nautilus, and navigator. ford's luxury arm recently gave the continental the ax for the united states market, which leaves their lineup with five models: the four aforementioned suvs and one sedan, the mkz. to add a touch of excitement to the four suvs, lincoln is rolling out a monochromatic package.
lincoln's monochromatic package paints the grille and name badge in gray, black, and white tones to match the rest of the exterior. the side mirrors, lower cladding, and wheel-lip moldings are painted in the same monochromatic scheme as well, depending on the model. all four models get black-painted wheels; corsair and nautilus get the 20-inch rims and the aviator and navigator get the 22-inchers.
the 2021 corsair will be available with the package in pristine white, infinite black, asher gray, or ceramic pearl, while the 2020 nautilus comes only in infinite black, the aviator gets all the colors except ceramic pearl, and the navigator gets them all except asher gray. pricing has not yet been announced.