2020 Lincoln Navigator gets driver-assist tech and new monochrome color schemes

2020 Lincoln Navigator gets driver-assist tech and new monochrome color schemes

The full-size luxury SUV Lincoln Navigator is getting a few updates for the 2020 model year. It now comes in three monochrome color options and a slew of new standard features along with the driver-assist tech. The car is marketed and sold since 1998 and is also the company’s greatest cargo capacity vehicle.

2020 Lincoln Navigator EXTERIOR

The American marque introduced its Co-Pilot360 package across the lineups, and the same will now be made available with the Navigator. The kit includes several modern safety techs such as lane-keeping assist, pedestrian detection, automatic emergency braking, blin-spot monitoring, and even automatic high-beam headlamps.

2020 Lincoln Navigator UPDATES

Furthermore, a bunch of features are now standard across the model family. Even the entry-level trim now equips heated and ventilated front seats, wireless charging pad, and power running boards as well. There is also a function called ‘Phone As A Key’, which enables locking and unlocking of car, opening of the liftgate, power start without a traditional fab key. As mentioned earlier, the nameplate now garners three monochrome color schemes, which are Pristine White, Ceramic Pearl, and Infinite Black. The color options are designed for the Navigator Reserve grade and offer a fresh finish while retaining the traditional signature.

2020 Lincoln Navigator INTERIOR

There are no words from the company about any upgrades in powertrains. This means that the same 3.5-liter V6 EcoBoost engine will be continuing to pump the necessary juice for the four-wheeler. The mill is further paired with a 10-speed automatic gearbox for transmission duties. Prices will be revealed as we move closer to the launch date, which will be in November this year.

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