Lincoln has just tied its Black Label name to a new special edition package, making it available for the 2021 Navigator starting next spring.
Building on the success of the Reserve Monochromatic Package, it adds a black mesh grille, black painted roof, black side mirror casings and spoiler, and 22-inch black aluminum wheels, with a 12-spoke pattern.
“The unique black roof coupled with additional monochromatic elements emphasize the strong lines of the Navigator, giving it an even more dramatic look and greater presence on the road”, said the brand’s exterior chief designer, Earl Lucas. “Black is a great partner to almost any color, providing a brighter appearance and more contrast – this makes the Navigator really stand out.”
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Speaking of colors, the new Black Label Edition Package is only available in combination with certain shades, such as Chroma Crystal Blue, Pristine White, Silver Radiance, Burgundy Velvet, Chroma Molten Gold and Flight Blue, which is Lincoln’s signature color and is new to the 2021 Navigator lineup.
The 2021 Navigator is offered in five trim levels: Standard, Reserve, Reserve L, Black Label and Black Label L. Pricing remains unchanged over the previous model year, as the base spec still starts at $76,185. One of its biggest rivals, the 2021 Cadillac Escalade, can be had from $76,195. Nonehteless, if you want the range-topping variant, you will have to fork out at least $95,395.
Power still comes from a twin-turbocharged 3.5-liter V6, with a 10-speed automatic transmission and standard 4×2 or optional 4×4 drive. The engine develops 450 HP at 5,500 rpm and 510 lb-ft (691 Nm) of torque at 3,000 rpm.