Since the introduction of the new-gen in 2017, Navigator SUV has become Lincoln’s best model. Now, the 2021 Lincoln Navigator is ready for further upgrades. This SUV will gain numerous visual updates and additional interior updates. Navigator will remain a full-size luxury SUV, and it will be available in three trim levels.
Speaking of which, Black Label is perhaps the most luxurious trim level you can find in the segment. For 2021, Navigator will also provide higher safety ratings, new optional packages and probably new exterior color options. As for the performance, potent V6 should remain the only engine option.
Lincoln Will Refresh Exterior Design of the 2021 Navigator
The all-new 2021 Lincoln Navigator is perhaps the best way to describe the company’s new design language. Full-size SUV comes with an imposing stance, and it wears a lot of Satin Chrome materials. The mesh grille is surrounded by bright Chrome accents and LED headlights are looking very stylish. Navigator offers plenty of standard and premium equipment. For a start, roof rails and power running boards are available.
On top of that, Lincoln Embrace system is in the offer, and it detects your key fob. As for the Black Label trim level, it rides on massive 22-inch wheels. Additionally, it provides illuminated running boars and Lincoln Star emblem that sits in the center of the grille. Lincoln will also offer new exterior colors. That includes Ceramic Pearl, Infinite Black, Red Velvet and Pristine White.
Interior Changes, Better Safety
On the inside, this luxury SUV delivers it all. Basically, 2021 Lincoln Navigator is the most premium SUV in the full-size segment. It comes with a reputation, and it provides a stylish cabin with a lot of room. The second and third-row seats are best-in-class in terms of comfort. Moreover, second-row seats are flexible and are available with a PowerFold system. Thanks to that, you can lower the last two rows and maximize cargo capacity to impressive figures. On the base trim level, you can choose between the Ebony or Cappuccino upholstery.
Reserve trim level comes with Dark Slate and Ebony/Russet options. The range-topping Black Edition offers three upholstery choices. Chalet, Destination and Yacht. For 2021, Navigator will gain more driver-assistance features. That means Lincoln’s Co-Pilot360 suite is getting more standard equipment. Navigator will arrive with Automatic Emergency Braking, Enhanced Active Park Assist and a couple of more innovative features.
Engine Specs and Hybrid Rumors
Under the hood, the upcoming 2021 Lincoln Navigator comes with the same 3.5-liter V6. This potent V6 twin-turbo output can produce up to 450 horsepower and 510 lb-ft of torque. Navigator is using a 10-speed automatic transmission as the only gearbox choice. You can choose between five different driving modes. Six actually, if you include Slow Climb mode that comes with a Heavy-Duty Trailer Tow Package.
The rest of the modes are: Normal, Slippery, Excite, Conservative and Deep Conditions. Huge news for 2021 Navigator could be a hybrid powertrain. Current gasoline V6 is providing 21 mpg on the highway, while the speculated hybrid variant will deliver over 30 mpg. We still don’t know exact hybrid specs as this is pure speculation at the moment.
2021 Lincoln Navigator Price and Release Date
The price of the approaching 2021 Lincoln Navigator will slightly jump. That means you can get this full-size SUV for around $75,000. Moreover, the range-topping Black Label will cost approximately $100,000 this time.
Lincoln will release a new Navigator is the second half of 2020. On top of that, Navigator L, the extended version will also reach the markets.