Lincoln brings the stylish Monochromatic package to its smaller Corsair, Nautilus, and Aviator crossover and SUV models for 2021—2020, in the Nautilus’s case—after originally introducing the kit on its flagship Navigator. As its name implies, the Mono package gives these American luxury vehicles a noir-appropriate look courtesy of black-painted wheels and body-color-painted exterior trim pieces, including the side mirror housings.
The color these exterior items can take on, however, is limited. Lincoln offers the Monochromatic package with only a handful of paint options. For example, the 2021 Corsair and Aviator models are available in black, white, and gray, while Lincoln restricts the Monochromatic package-equipped 2020 Nautilus to black. (The previously introduced Navigator’s Monochromatic package, meanwhile, offers either black or white paint. )
Sadly, the Monochromatic package adds nothing to these models’ lists of standard and available comfort and convenience features. Nor does the package offer any dynamic upgrades. Lincoln remains mum on pricing for now, too. That said, we struggle to see the justification in spending anything more than a couple of hundred dollars on this style enhancing (or detracting, depending on your opinion) package.
Nevertheless, if you’ve always wanted to cosplay as a modern-day detective in a noir film, then you’ll likely want to check off the option box for the Monochromatic package on a Lincoln Corsair, Nautilus, Aviator, or Navigator.