Lincoln, the Ford Motor Company’s luxury redoubt, has been transitioning to an all-SUV lineup. To that end, it’s just rolled out the 2024 edition of its Nautilus midsize rig, which borrows a lot of its architecture from the ongoing Ford Explorer. In addition to offering a new hybrid powertrain, this generation of the Nautilus will boast a reimagined interior that Lincoln says will include the largest immersive display of onboard functions in its class.
The new touchscreen will allow Nautilus buyers to customize their cabin environment into what Lincoln calls a “sanctuary,” beginning at the touchscreen and extending laterally into the main instrument display. The display spans the entire width of the dashboard and can be driver-personalized. Standard 2024 Nautilus power will come from a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine with 250 horsepower, mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission. A 2.0-liter turbocharged hybrid powertrain will be capable of 310 horsepower when the electric traction motors are added in. Sales will get underway in early 2024.