Nautilus boasts smooth power delivered by three advanced technologies turbocharging, direct injection, and independent variable camshaft timing and an AWD drivetrain with adaptive suspension and all-wheel drive disconnect New Lincoln Co-Pilot360 bundles popular intuitive technologies, and advanced driver-assist features, previously available only as separate options The all-new Nautilus, Lincolns newest entry to the popular midsize luxury SUV market, made its regional debut earlier this year. Built to the highest of standards, Lincoln Nautilus delivers so much more than style and sophistication, said Sami Malkawi, regional manager, Lincoln Middle East. Packed with intuitive technologies and an advanced drivetrain, Lincolns newest entry to the midsize luxury SUV market is luxury power and performance for both the driven, and the driver. Brought to life through the available powerful 2.7-litre twin-turbocharged V6 engine boasting an AWD drivetrain with adaptive suspension and all-wheel drive disconnect Nautilus delivers 335 horsepower and 515 Nm of torque, while the standard 250-horsepower 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo is efficient and smooth in operation. Both engines include standard Auto Start-Stop capability, plus a new eight-speed automatic transmission with SelectShift® capability. New Lincoln Co-Pilot360 bundles popular, advanced driver-assist features previously available only as separate options. It uses cameras and radar to enhance a drivers capabilities easing stress and making each journey virtually effortless. Technologies like BLIS, which uses radar to alert drivers of approaching vehicles entering their blind spot by flashing an indicator light, and cross-traffic alert, warning drivers of traffic behind when backing out of a parking spot or driveway, are included. Other technologies include pre collision assist with pedestrian detection and automatic emergency braking, auto high beams, a lane-keeping system and a rearview camera.