Simply stated, available adaptive steering adjusts how much the vehicle responds to the driver’s steering input in order to turn the front wheels. It works by analyzing vehicle speed and driver input. That information is used to automatically adjust the firmness of the steering wheel to produce smooth and precise steering. This system delivers an agile connected feel at high speeds and reduces driver input at low speeds. To create an even more tailored experience, drivers can choose their preferred steering setting from among Normal, Comfort and Sport modes.
Adaptive cruise control in the Lincoln Nautilus does much more than keep the vehicle traveling at a set speed. Stop-and-go marries camera and radar, so the Nautilus can sense and adjust to the pace of nearby cars. Stop-and-go allows the vehicle to come to a complete stop and restart when traffic begins to move.* Plus, Lane Centering uses data from the forward-looking radar and camera to provide continuous steering support to help keep the vehicle centered in the lane.
*If stop is longer than three seconds, driver must tap accelerator pedal or push resume button to start moving again.
Available Intelligent AWD uses sensors to constantly monitor traction. It delivers torque to the front and rear wheels to enhance handling and maximize grip, typically before wheelslip can even occur.
Auto Hold offers relief when you come to stop signs, long traffic signals and other braking situations. When the driver stops the vehicle using the brake pedal, the system will hold and then release the brakes when the accelerator is pushed.
The full LED Multi-Projector headlamps provide a broad field of light helping to give the driver a wide field of awareness of what lies ahead. The independent lenses can change position to widen or narrow the path of light in the direction in which the vehicle is traveling.