There are a couple of things I caught in the videoNAMES!!!!!!!!!
Exterior looks much better than the current MKX. A solid design!
Interior should have been re-engineered more.
Unlike the MKC, which has only a couple years before a redesign (2020/21 MY), this will need to carry through until 2022/23MY.
Oh man that red interior!Well, that didn't last long. Autoblog took the link down. Hahaha. But, ahh, the wonders of the google cache. Still available here: http://cc.bingj.com/cache.aspx?q=2019+lincoln+nautilus&d=7059667788159&mkt=en-US&setlang=en-US&w=iKg6J0OcW17ijpwvSp5TGKCcsjHp6G4n
Lincoln fans should be the saddest fan in the world. We are in an eternal wait for something big to happen ... and it never happensEfff it, I might be spilling some beans here, but I am tired of the big nothing burgers we get from my employer lately so I don’t care…...
Ok, so we all know that Ford/ Lincoln has been creating a new platform that will accommodate RWD and underpin several vehicles. It is absolutely real, because I have seen the products in testing. I believe we all know that there is an Explorer based SUV coming for Lincoln as well, which would surely benefit from said new platform. So when I heard Lincoln wanted a dress rehearsal for the LA show, I thought to myself…self, this is probably the big reveal for a new SUV vehicle and thus a new platform too. But that appears not to be the case. If you think about it, a new RWD platform is pretty big news that underscores a new direction for the brands, so how best to reveal would be the question. The answer I thought was the so called Aviator. But that appears to be too timid an introduction, yet another SUV, shared with their bread and butter Explorer. I think I will now conclude that Lincoln (and Ford) have some bigger news awaiting us at NAIAS and/ or Chicago, as this was not the right time. Besides that, any MKC and MKX/ Nautilus intro would have been completely ignored. Fingers crossed.