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Electric Crossovers to Replace Lincoln Continental Production

Ford Motor Company is planning to produce two new midsize battery-electric crossovers at an assembly plant near Detroit. The plans correlate with previous announcements about the automakers electrification plans and may signal the lack of future for the Lincoln Continental.  Citing three different sources, Automotive News reports Ford will produce the two new crossovers at the company's Flat Rock Assembly plant. The…

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2020 Lincoln Aviator Hybrid Generates Gobs of Torque

The 2020 Lincoln Aviator has been the subject of much praise since its original reveal. The all-new, rear-wheel-drive Lincoln SUV is impressive with its standard 400 horsepower twin-turbocharged V-6, but it turns out the plug-in hybrid variant is even more impressive in terms of performance.  When Lincoln revealed the Aviator Grand Touring hybrid the brand promised it would offer 450…

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2020 Lincoln Navigator Offers Chrome-Less Option

There's no question the current Lincoln Navigator is a popular vehicle. Strong have proven the Navigator's success, and Lincoln is hoping to keep the Navigator train moving with more standard equipment and the option to de-chrome the 2020 model.  For as attractive as the Navigator is, there's no denying it is laden with shiny chrome. The amount of brightwork on…

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2020 Lincoln Aviator Fuel Economy Revealed

The all-new 2020 Lincoln Aviator is set to arrive later this summer, so details of its fuel economy are starting to trickle out. First up, the EPA estimates for the standard engine have been published, indicating the Aviator will be comparable to other midsize luxury SUVs.  According to the EPA, the twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V-6 in the Aviator will achieve 18…

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Rumor Mill: Lincoln Getting Rivian-Based EV

The Lincoln brand is rumored to be the first to gain a new battery-electric vehicle based on Rivian's skateboard electric vehicle architecture. The rumor comes just a week after Ford Motor Company announced a $500 million equity investment into the electric vehicle startup company.  Ford disclosed plans to leverage Rivian's platform for a Lincoln product at a recent employee town…

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2020 Lincoln Corsair: Bye MKC

Lincoln is quickly pivoting away from its confusing "MK" naming scheme, with one more biting the dust for 2020. Debuting at the New York Auto Show this week is the all-new 2020 Lincoln Corsair, the luxury brand's replacement for the MKC compact SUV.  Much like the MKX's pivot to Nautilus, the name-change is yielding a dramatic styling departure from today's…

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Lincoln Corsair Teased Ahead of NYC Debut

Lincoln almost always have some sort of debut for the New York Auto Show and this year is no different. The luxury brand has confirmed plans to reveal the 2020 Lincoln Corsair and has offered up a teaser shot to announce its plans.  For those who haven't kept up with Lincoln's new naming scheme, the Corsair is going to replace…

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2020 Lincoln Corsair Engines, PHEV Option Leak

For those reading the headline and wondering what a Lincoln Corsair is, it's supposedly the new name for the current Lincoln MKC small crossover. With that established, the new-named Lincoln is apparently arriving for the 2020 model year and its alleged engine options--including a plug-in hybrid--have leaked out by way of the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA).  The leak…

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2020 Lincoln Aviator Price Flies up to $90,000

Lincoln impressed all when it revealed the 2020 Aviator, so perhaps it should come as no surprise it is coming with a hefty price tag. Lincoln's online configurator has been published, allowing us to see everything from its $52,195 starting price to the fact it flies up past $90,000 when fully decked.  The Aviator's base price (which includes destination charges)…

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Lincoln Continental Coach Door Sold out, More Coming

Well, that didn't take long. After announcing its one-off big sedan with suicide doors late last month, the Lincoln Continental Coach Door Edition is already sold out. The brand says all 80 copies have been spoken for, but the initial success means more will eventually become available. Lincoln's first production run is 80 units because this car is intended to…

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