Lincoln has been making waves the past few years, debuting spectacular-looking all-new SUVs like the Navigator and its smaller sibling, the Aviator. Now, the entire SUV lineup has a trendy style upgrade. Lincoln announced it will extend the Navigator's Monochromatic Package to the Aviator, Corsair, and Nautilus.
The best way to think of the Monochromatic Package? A single color that cuts out the shininess. The vehicles will get black-painted wheels and a monochromatic mesh grille instead of chrome. Depending on the SUV, it will also have body-color side mirrors, lower cladding and wheel lip moldings.
Different SUVs will have different Monochromatic Package color options. The Navigator, Aviator, Corsair, and Nautilus will all get Infinite Black, while the Corsair and Aviator can be had in Pristine White and Asher Gray. The Navigator has Pristine White and Ceramic Pearl choices.
A high-fashion look has been an integral part of Lincoln's SUV renaissance, and not every luxury truck and SUV buyer wants to blind other drivers with bling. Giving customers another customization option should go down well and set up the obvious opportunity for a black-and-white Matthew McConaughey commercial.
Lincoln did go into detail regarding pricing for the Monochromatic Package, which currently requires a $3,495 premium and an upgrade to the second-tier Reserve trim on the Navigator.