The 2021 Lincoln Nautilus, which debuted March 22, achieved six Insurance Institute for Highway Safety crashworthiness evaluations. Lincoln’s midsize luxury SUV was also commended for its improved LED projector headlight. They, in fact, reduce the glare, available on Ultimate Package-equipped the carmaker’s Black Label and Reserve trim level vehicles.
Lincoln: IIHS-HLDI Criteria for Their Award
To qualify, a vehicle must earn good ratings in the driver-side small overlap front. Plus in the moderate overlap front, side, roof strength, and head restraint tests. In addition, to good or acceptable ratings in the passenger-side small overlap front test. In fact, it also would need an advanced or superior rating for vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-pedestrian front crash prevention. Also, they get a good or acceptable headlight rating.
Nautilus offers the carmaker’s clients a peaceful, sanctuary-like interior with its signature design elements inspired by the horizon. It has a smooth ride and handling enhance the luxury SUV’s easy performance, while the intuitive technologies do bring smart new levels of coherence and connectivity.
The Lincoln North America director, Michael Sprague, says Nautilus plays a pertinent role in the brand. In fact, it will bring in new clients that respect the flexibility of a larger midsize SUV together with sumptuous features that set Lincoln apart. “Now, along with gorgeous craftsmanship and innate technology, these exceptional safety ratings for Lincoln Nautilus position it for even bigger success for our brand,” he said.
The Nautilus is available with two front crash prevention systems. Also, one that is standard and another one optional. In fact, the Nautilus has earned top and advanced ratings in vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-pedestrian evaluations, both for its standard and optional front crash prevention systems.
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