Lincoln Partners With CLEAR, Introduces The New Lincoln Nautilus

The luxury automotive brand of the Ford Motor Company, the Lincoln Motor Company is known for being an industry leader that creating compelling vehicles. While many companies are winding around the holiday season, Lincoln is going the opposite route with a pair of interesting new announcements in time for the Los Angeles Auto Show.

First, Lincoln has announced a partnership with CLEAR. Making travel easy and secure at more than 30 airports around the United States — in addition to working with select arenas and stadiums — CLEAR gives its members a dedicated lane which fast-tracks them through security. As part of its collaboration with CLEAR, new Lincoln owners will receive a complimentary six-month membership to CLEAR for both them and a partner; Lincoln Black Label clients will receive 12-month memberships. This promotion will kick off in January 2018.


Second, the company has announced the new Lincoln Nautilus, a midsize luxury SUV. The successor to the Lincoln MKX, the Nautilus is not only newly-unveiled automobile from Lincoln, as it joins the 2019 MKC, the Continental, the MKZ and the all-new Navigator. The Nautilus is intended to appeal to drivers of Cadillac and Lexus just as much as the aforementioned MKX. For starters, its Ultra Comfort seats can be adjusted up to 22 ways for maximum comfort, its touchscreen synchs to both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, its steering wheel is leather-wrapped and hand-stitched, and its 2.7-liter engine delivers 335 horsepower. The new 2019 Lincoln Nautilus will be available at Lincoln dealers this spring.


In the meantime, keep an eye out for coverage of this year’s L.A. Auto Show from A Global Lifestyle, courtesy of our EIC Aniesia Williams. More on Lincoln’s recent developments can be found online at www.lincoln.com.

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