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Lincoln Nautilus: Drive Mode Control

What Is Drive Mode Control

Your vehicle has various drive modes that you can select for different driving conditions. Depending on the drive mode that you select, the system adjusts various vehicle settings.

How Does Drive Mode Control Work

Drive mode control adjusts your vehicle configuration for each mode you select. Changing the drive mode changes the functionality of the steering system to adjust the steering effort and feel.

Active noise control utilizes your vehicle electronics to enhance the acoustic experience.

The stability and traction control assist your vehicle control in adverse conditions or high-performance driving.

Throttle control enhances the powertrain response, transmission controls become optimized with shift schedules, and four-wheel drive settings are optimized and tuned to each mode.

Note: The system has diagnostic checks that continuously monitor the system for proper operation. If a mode is unavailable due to a system fault, the mode defaults to normal.

Selecting a Drive Mode

You can configure which of the drive control modes are active when your vehicle is in drive (D) or in sport (S). The configuration remains active until modified from the main menu on the instrument cluster display. See Instrument Cluster Display Main Menu.

Note: Not all settings may be available.

Note: Drive mode changes may not be available when the ignition is off.

Drive Modes

Comfort

Provides a more relaxed driving experience, maximizing comfort. Your steering effort decreases and the suspension movement is more fluid. Comfort mode is ideal when you desire enhanced traveling comfort.

Normal

Delivers a balanced combination of a comfortable, controlled ride and confident handling. This mode provides an engaging driving experience and a direct connection to the road without sacrificing any of the composure demanded from a luxury vehicle.

Sport

Provides a sportier driving experience. The suspension stiffens, with an emphasis on handling and control. The engine responds more directly to your inputs and takes on a more powerful tone. This mode is ideal for use during more spirited driving.

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