The 2023 Lincoln Nautilus model that will be released on April 17th promises a new dashboard. Keep reading and learn more about this car!
To be unveiled in New York City, the unibody sport utility vehicle is equipped with a full-width dashboard display. Exceptionally distracting, the screen in question is accompanied by a floating-style touchscreen for the infotainment system, which obviously runs SYNC 4.
The problem is that there are many unanswered questions. Where will it be mounted, what platform supports it and what Ford Will Edge also be redesigned for the US market? We just don't know for now, but we do know that $ 1.8 billion (R$8.9 billion) is going into the Oakville Assembly Complex.
The refurb will begin in the second quarter of 2024, with series production scheduled to restart in 2025. The refurb will see the Ontario plant renamed the Oakville Electric Vehicle Complex.
The platform is also not known, but we do know that China is getting a new Edge and Lincoln Nautilus on the Escape compact crossover C2 platform. Both have been confirmed with a 2.0-litre pure internal combustion four-cylinder turbo engine and with a hybrid-assisted block producing 209 kW (280 hp).
Its lithium-manganese batteries come from BYD and its top speed is 200 kilometers per hour, according to documents published by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of the People's Republic of China.
It's worth noting that Ford may have redesigned the Lincoln Nautilus as an all-electric vehicle for the US market, but as mentioned earlier, we still don't know for sure.
It would be crazy for the Ford Motor Company to pour resources into developing an all-new Lincoln Nautilus for America without a sibling Ford brand. On a related note, our spy photographers recently captured a spec prototype from China doing its thing near the Arctic Circle.
Rumor has it that only the Lincoln Nautilus will go forward in the United States. The brother of the brand Lincoln will be manufactured by Changan Ford in China, in the complex of Hangzhou, in the province of Zhejiang.
in relation to lincoln Outgoing Nautilus, the 2023 model exclusively comes with two rows of seats instead of three for the rear-wheel drive Explorer. The front wheel drive Nautilus can be had from $ 44,825 (R$221,655) with no destination fee.