2021 Lincoln Navigator Specs, Review, Release Date, and Colors. Not only the best Navigator so far, but probably the best Lincoln’s model ever made. Yes, the 2021 Lincoln Navigator is coming to the markets and it brings plenty of excitement. The design is distinctive and generally, the exterior will use plenty of lightweight materials. Unlike Ford, Lincoln is making luxurious interiors that are hard to compete with.
The 2021 model will bring a lot of changes and improvements. The engine is new, the exterior is different and the interior is modernized. If you are looking for a great family car that is also luxurious and it is capable for off-road adventures, look no further.
- 1 2021 Lincoln Navigator Hybrid rumors
- 2 2021 Lincoln Navigator looks much better than the predecessor
- 3 2021 Lincoln Navigator interior is upgraded
- 4 Safety options
- 5 2021 Lincoln Navigator engine and transmission system
- 6 Towing capacity and fuel economy
- 7 2021 Lincoln Navigator price and launch date
- 8 7 photos of the "2021 Lincoln Navigator Specs, Review, Release Date, and Colors"
Great news about the 2021 Lincoln Navigator is its hybrid variant that will for sure hit the markets, probably in 2019 as per speculations. The 3.5-liter will get a pair of electric motors and lithium-ion battery pack.
While the power figures will remain almost the same, the mileage will get a significant boost. While the combined rating for the base model is set at 22 mpg, the hybrid drivetrain will take you to almost 30 mpg. Navigator Hybrid will cost almost $10,000 more than the base model. This news is not yet confirmed by the company.
The first thing everyone will notice on the 2021 Lincoln Navigator is a large grille. The grille is the best one so far, it makes an instant statement and it looks powerful. Cool features such as LED headlights and even a LED Lincoln’s logo in the middle of the grille are looking brilliant. LED accents are in the offer as well and you can scroll them on and off.
The rear end gets LED treatment as well on the taillights. Giant lettering on the back looks superb. While the shape reminds us of the Ford Expedition, we must say that this SUV looks stylish.
The interior of the all-new 2021 Lincoln Navigator is on another level. The level of luxurious features and materials are probably the best-in-class. The dash adds a 10-inch touchscreen, the interface is great and easy to use. Icons are large, just like the text and other graphics. Simply, it looks awesome.
This touchscreen supports Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Plenty of elegant touches, such as center console and shapes of air vents are bringing a modern feel inside the cabin. There is advance 3-zone automatic climate control, 4G LTE Wi-Fi, leather seats and more. Second-row seats now get an entertainment system and center console.
This configuration comes with two captain’s chairs, while without those features a bench for three is standard. The third row can accommodate three adult persons with ease. The interior in the Black Label model will get two themes blue-on-white Yacht Club, or brown-on-brown Destination.
The safety on the 2021 Lincoln Navigator is upgraded and this model with standard trim includes active cruise control, lane-keeping assist, lane-departure warning, and a 360-degree-view camera system, automated parking sensors, side impact beams, tire pressure warning, rear child safety lock and airbag occupancy sensor are one of many.
Sadly, the upcoming 2021 Lincoln Navigator comes with a single drivetrain option. A 3.5-liter twin-turbocharged EcoBoost is the only choice. This V6 unit brings a lot of power and efficiency. It generates 450 HP and 510 lb-ft of torque.
This output is incredible and more than the Expedition model. The only transmission option is a 10-speed automatic. While still far from the sports-car quickness, this SUV still shows superb acceleration.
Towing capacity and fuel economy
It can tow up to 8,700 pounds. The best part is that the V6 engine does not drink premium fuel. Fuel economy is average for this segment. This category is rated in the city/highway 16/23 mpg for the Navigator 4 × 2 model, 16/21 mpg for the Navigator 4 × 4, 16/22 mpg Navigator L 4 × 2 and 16/21 mpg for the Navigator L 4 × 4. Four-wheel drive is optional and it cost an additional $2,500.
The 2021 Lincoln Navigator will come with the Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of $73,000 and it includes a destination charge of $1200. As we already said if one chooses the model with the 4-wheel drive it must add $2,700 to the price above. Select models will cost from $78,000 and the Black Label models start at $98,000. This SUV will hit the markets in the first quarter of 2021.