The 2020 Lincoln Navigator gains a whole host of new standard tech features, plus a new Monochromatic Package option seen here.

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The Monochromatic Package, is available on the Navigator Reserve series.

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Available in Pristine White, Ceramic Pearl and Infinite Black, the package dials back the shiny stuff in favor of a more restrained look.

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In addition to the de-blinged looks, there's new Phone As Key technology standard.

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Phone As Key is exactly as it sounds -- it allows owners to leave their key fob at home and use their mobile phone to lock and unlock their Navigator's doors and liftgate hatch, as well as start and drive their vehicle.

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Additional new standard equipment includes power side running boards, a wireless charge pad, and heated and cooled front seats. 

Previously, these features were available as options or part of uplevel trims.

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You didn't seriously think they'd strip away all the chrome, did you?

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No word yet on pricing, but the new 2020 Lincoln Navigator is expected in dealers this November.

Given all the new standard equipment, we wouldn't be surprised to see a jump from today's $73,205 base price (plus $1,295 delivery fee) for the 2019 model year.

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