The cabin is 100% Lincoln. Comforts include a leather-wrapped, hand-stitched steering wheel. Ultra Comfort Seats adjust up to 22 ways and, of course, offer lumbar support. (So if you just canít get comfortable, itís probably you.) If you top for the Reserve trim youíll bask in heated or cooled seats.
The Nautilus also benefits from Lincolnís outstanding 13-speaker or 19-speaker Revel sound system. Iíve witnessed it on more than one occasion and the audio quality is fantastic. Engineers also added acoustic side glass to reduce noise in the back for rear passengers. Lincoln touts overall less road noise as well due to other engineering enhancements.
There is now a 12.3-inch fully configurable digital instrument driver information cluster. Other interior tech includes a wireless phone charging pad for compatible smartphones, pushbutton start, and Fordís SYNC 3 system.
Overhead it comes with the Continentalís panoramic sunroof.
Lincoln-First Driver-Assist Technology
The Nautilus offers a suite of safety tech. Two new available technologies are making their Lincoln-first debut.
- A new lane-centering feature pairs lane-centering tech with adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go functionality to help subtly maintain the vehicleís position in its lane.
- Fordís Evasive Steer Assist is designed to help the driver steer around a vehicle if it thereís not enough room to brake and a collision seems imminent.