- lincoln has announced pricing for the updated 2021 nautilus suv.
- it starts at $42,395 and has an updated interior and a few other small tweaks.
- the 2021 nautilus is expected to start arriving at dealerships sometime in january.
lincoln is charging a bit more for the updated 2021 nautilus, which benefits most notably from an upgraded interior that looks considerably nicer and more modern than before. the mid-size suv starts at $42,395, a $360 increase, while the reserve trim level starts at $50,405 (a $910 increase) and the top black label model starts at $66,085 (a $1290 increase).
the available powertrains haven't changed for 2021. all-wheel drive is a $2500 option on the base model and $2495 extra on the reserve. a 250-horsepower turbocharged 2.0-liter inline-four and front-wheel drive remain standard, although a more powerful 335-horsepower twin-turbo 2.7-liter v-6 is a $2700 option on all-wheel-drive reserve models and comes standard on the awd-only black label.
the interior changes include a huge new 13.2-inch touchscreen infotainment system that's standard across the board, which uses ford's latest sync 4 software. it's capable of over-the-air updates and offers wireless apple carplay and android auto. lincoln has also rearranged the dashboard and center stack and says the materials are improved.
lincoln says the 2021 nautilus will be arriving at dealerships sometime in january.