Lincoln offers a monochrome personalization package for Corsair, Nautilus and AviatorJuly 10, 2020
The first model of the brand, trying on such a restrained but stylish design, was the updated Lincoln Navigator SUV.
Lincoln decided to revitalize its lineup by making a monochrome package, which debuted last fall on the Lincoln Navigator (in the title photo), available for other machines too.
So, a one-color theme is now available for Corsair, Nautilus and Aviator models. These are the shades of Pristine White, Ceramic Pearl and Infinite Black, already familiar to us from Navigator, as well as a new color called Asher Gray. The color palette will depend on the specific model.
For example, Nautilus can only be presented in the “Endless Black” shade, while Corsair and Aviator get access to three colors, including a new shade of gray. Customers can also choose 20- and 22-inch black wheels.
Lincoln chief designer Earl Lucas is convinced that this monochrome design accentuates the beautiful lines of Lincoln SUVs. There is nothing superfluous in their design – a “clean” and “uncluttered” image.
Previously, AutoTimesNews said that Lincoln ceases production of the Continental. The brand sends the sedan to resign due to a changed development strategy: the stake is on high-tech SUVs and electric cars.
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