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News Lincoln Introduces Monochromatic Package For All Of Its Other SUVs

Lincoln Introduces Monochromatic Package For All Of Its Other SUVs

The Lincoln Monochromatic Package will now be offered on the Corsair, Nautilus and Aviator


  • The package was introduced on the Navigator last fall.

  • The package works with four colour options.


Personalizing one’s luxury vehicle, or the ability to do, has become a purchasing criteria for some. It is with this in mind that Lincoln will now offer the optional Monochromatic Package on all its other SUVs.

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It was last fall, a timely decision given the current fashion and home décor trends, that Lincoln introduced the first of its monochromatic color schemes on the flagship Navigator SUV. This interest certainly encouraged Ford’s luxury brand to offer the package on the Corsair, Nautilus, and Aviator.

The colour palette is limited to Pristine White, Ceramic Pearl, Infinite Black, and now Asher Gray. The exterior enhancements also include the signature Lincoln grille and name badge in the monochromatic hue along with unique 20-inch and 22-inch black wheel designs.

Lincoln Monochromatic Package | Photo: Lincoln

“The monochromatic palette is clean, uncluttered, and emphasizes the beautiful lines of our Lincoln SUVs,” says Earl Lucas, Lincoln chief exterior designer. “From the Corsair, Nautilus, Aviator to Navigator, this option not only enables us to keep our lineup fresh, but also gives our clients a unique option to personalize their Lincoln SUV.”

The exact colour breakdown for the Monochromatic Package on the Lincoln SUV is as follows:

  • 2021 Lincoln Corsair: Pristine White, Infinite Black and Asher Gray

  • 2020 Lincoln Nautilus: Infinite Black

  • 2021 Lincoln Aviator: Pristine White, Infinite Black and Asher Gray

  • 2020 Lincoln Navigator: Pristine White, Ceramic Pearl and Infinite Black

Lincoln Monochromatic Package | Photo: Lincoln

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