Lincoln gives 2020 Navigator more tech, available Monochromatic Pack
The Navigator is getting some attention for the new model year.
Lincoln is tweaking its Navigator full-size luxury SUV for the 2020 model year. Changes for the new year include an available Monochromatic Package and more standard features.
Available on the 2020 Navigator Reserve trim level, the Monochromatic Package can be had in three colors -- Pristine White, Ceramic Pearl and Infinite Black. Lincoln says the package is meant to "reflect the minimalistic color trend popular in fashion and home décor, where variations of a single hue result in a smooth yet vibrant color scheme that's easy on the eyes.”
The 2020 Navigator is also being updated to include Lincoln's Phone As A Key technology as standard. As its name implies, the technology replaces a typical fob with your personal smartphone for functions like unlocking the doors and starting the vehicle.
On the safety front, all 2020 Navigator models will now come standard with the Lincoln Co-Pilot360 safety suite that includes auto high-beams, blind spot monitor, lane keep assist, pedestrian detection, automatic braking and rear camera with auto washer.
The 2020 Navigator is also more luxurious than before thanks to new standard features like power running boards, heated and cooled front seats and a wireless charging pad.
Lincoln has not announced pricing for the 2020 Navigator lineup. Look for sales to begin later this year.