This is the new 2024 Lincoln Nautilus, coming in with a completely redesigned exterior and revamped interior.
The attention to detail is crazy, you can tell Lincoln wanted to go the extra mile to make the vehicle feel special and it worked.
There’s a new handcrafted grille (one of four options available), with the illuminated Lincoln star in the middle.
Cutting across the grille are the daytime running lights that extend to the far corners of the headlamps.
Lincoln designed them like this for extra bonus points but, more importantly, because they provide better visibility when you’re cornering during nighttime driving.
The same design language was used for the taillights with a long LED strip that cuts across the tailgate and expands at the extremities to create feather-shaped, wing-like taillights.
The subtle lip spoiler at the top of the tailgate completes the look.
On the side, you’ll find what is probably our favorite design feature of the car.
Instead of fitting flush door handles, Lincoln hid the door handles behind the belt that connects the pillars and window frame to the door.
2024 Lincoln Nautilus interior
The attention to detail continues on the inside, where you’ll be presented with a mix’n’match combination of old-fashioned knobs and modern technology.
Lincoln decided to keep some of the ʙuттons and knobs because they’re more practical, and they look good.
The crystal-inspired gear shifters, located in the middle of the center console, look like piano keys and even the volume knob gives the same feeling.
The steering wheel has a flat top, meaning you can see over it, rather than through it, making it easier to keep an eye on the instrument cluster.
Speaking of which, the instrument cluster is fully integrated into the mᴀssive panoramic display.
In addition to that, you also have another 11.1-inch center stack touchscreen.
Pricing and availability
Spec-wise, you can opt for the Black Label trim (above, left) or the Jet Package (right), with the former being more athletic while the latter prioritizes elegance and luxury.
The entry-level model is powered by a 2.0-liter turbocharged engine, sending 250 hp to to all four wheels via an eight-speed auto.
Alternatively, you can go for the hybrid version, which pairs the 2.0-liter engine with a 100 kW electric motor, for a combined power output of 310 horsepower and an EV-only range of 31 miles.
The Nautilus is scheduled to hit the showrooms in 2024, with prices starting at $51,000.