Opting for the Black Label Special Edition adds a black roof, a black roof spoiler, black side-view mirror caps, and blacked-out 22-inch wheels to the Navigator. The kit is offered with various paint choices, too: Pristine White, Chroma Crystal Blue, Silver Radiance, Chroma Molten Gold, Burgundy Velvet, or Flight Blue—just not black. If you want a fully murdered-out Navigator, you’ll have to skip this option.
The package can only be had on the top-of-the-line Black Label trim, but Lincoln says almost 20 percent of the Navigators it sold in 2020 were Black Labels. Being the top-spec model, the Navigator Black Label gets all the good stuff, including a 450-hp twin-turbocharged 3.5-liter V-6 engine and Lincoln’s “Perfect Position” front seats.
Lincoln didn’t note how much it plans to charge for the Black Label Special Edition package, but the Monochromatic package on the Lincoln Navigator Reserve, which inspired the looks of the Black Label Special Edition, sets buyers back $3,270. We expect Lincoln to charge a similar amount for the Black Label Special Edition. That’s on top of the Navigator Black Label’s already hefty $99,420 asking price. Look for the 2021 Lincoln Navigator Black Label Special Edition to arrive at dealers in spring.