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2019 Lincoln Continental 80th Anniversary Coach Door Edition

2019 Lincoln Continental 80th Anniversary Coach Door Edition

A tribute to the fourth-generation Continental

Introduced in 2016, the tenth-generation Lincoln Continental marked the iconic nameplate’s return to the market after 14 years. In late 2018, Lincoln added a special-edition model to the lineup. Called the Coach Doors Edition, it features rear-hinged rear doors, just like the fourth-generation model from the 1960s.

Built in limited numbers, the Coach Doors Edition is obviously a tribute to the fourth-gen Continental, the car in which John F. Kennedy was assassinated in 1963. Although the center-opening doors were only offered on this model in the 1960s, they somehow became synonymous with the Continental. So Lincoln went ahead and recreated this unique feature almost 50 years after the original was discontinued. It also celebrates 80 years since the first Continental was introduced back in 1939.

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Meet the 2019 Lincoln Continental Coach Door Edition, Complete with Suicide Doors

Meet the 2019 Lincoln Continental Coach Door Edition, Complete with Suicide Doors

A grand entrance and exit will always await you

We have been hearing rumors about the suicide doors making a comeback on the Lincoln Continental and, finally, it has been made official. Lincoln announced that suicide doors will be featured on the “Coach Door Edition” on the 2019 Continental. To keep it special, the automaker will limit the 2019 Continental Coach Door Edition to just 80 units for the 2019 model.

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Wallpaper of the Day: 2020 Lincoln Aviator

Wallpaper of the Day: 2020 Lincoln Aviator

The young blood returns with a clear target in mind

After a very short run in the early 2000s, Lincoln has finally brought back the Aviator nameplate. This time, the Aviator is ready to kick ass and take names, and its sights are set squarely on Mercedes, BMW, and Audi. Luscious on the inside yet powerful and commanding at the same time – that’s the exact recipe that makes the new Aviator. Under the hood sits a powertrain that can pump out as much as 400 horsepower and 600 pound-feet of torque (in hybrid form) while the exterior gives off a sleek, dominating aura that signifies the first step taken to bring Lincoln back to level ground and secure its relevance on the market once again. The Aviator has a long, hard fight ahead of it, at least until its backup in the form of the 2020 Lincoln Continental arrives. Until then, we thought we’d give the Aviator a little motivation by making it our wallpaper of the day. We’re displaying our favorite here but have included a number of other choices for you in the gallery below.

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Will Lincoln Follow Rolls-Royce's Example and Feature Suicide Doors on the 2020 Lincoln Continental?

Will Lincoln Follow Rolls-Royce’s Example and Feature Suicide Doors on the 2020 Lincoln Continental?

The American luxury brand looks like it wants to bring the past into modern times

Is Lincoln bringing back suicide doors on the Continental? The Ford-owned automaker hasn’t confirmed anything, but it did release an interesting teaser showing a pair of door handles sitting close to one another. The teaser was accompanied by hints that suicide doors, or “center-opening doors,” as Lincoln calls the configuration, could be making a comeback on the brand’s flagship sedan, the Continental. We’ll know more at the 2019 Detroit Auto Show whether Lincoln’s pulling us on a string, or if it’s really bringing back the door setup that carries the name “suicide doors” for a reason.

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2020 Lincoln Aviator

2020 Lincoln Aviator

Flying high with fresh tech and a clean look

First introduced for the 2003 model year, the Lincoln Aviator was initially offered as a luxury sport utility vehicle for the mid-size segment. After failing to meet sales expectations, Lincoln axed the nameplate in 2005 after just a few years in production. Now, however, as nationwide SUV sales continue onwards into the stratosphere, the Aviator makes its triumphant second-generation return for the 2020 model year, slotting in between the Nautilus and the standard wheelbase Navigator in Lincoln’s lineup. The latest model offers elegant styling, a top-notch interior layout, oodles of comfort, the latest tech, and a super torquey hybrid engine option.

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The 2020 Lincoln Aviator, in Base Form, Packs More Power than Most Competitors from Mercedes, BMW, and Audi

The 2020 Lincoln Aviator, in Base Form, Packs More Power than Most Competitors from Mercedes, BMW, and Audi

EcoBoost power!

Much like Cadillac, Lincoln has been struggling to get back on the luxury horse for quite a few years now. And it seems the company is one step closer with the Aviator, a brand-new SUV that slots between the Nautilus and the massive Navigator.

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The 2020 Lincoln Aviator, Lincoln's First Hybrid SUV, Is Impressively Powerful

The 2020 Lincoln Aviator, Lincoln’s First Hybrid SUV, Is Impressively Powerful

600 pound-feet of torque!

Lincoln launched its first hybrid car, the MKZ Hybrid, in 2011, but it took the luxury brand another seven years to develop a plug-in SUV. The electrified hauler arrived at the 2018 Los Angeles Auto Show as part of the Aviator lineup, which will replace the MKT. And it’s impressively powerful with 450 horsepower and 600 pound-feet of torque on tap.

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The New Lincoln Aviator Offers Third-Row Seating, Advanced Technology

The New Lincoln Aviator Offers Third-Row Seating, Advanced Technology

This SUV makes a remarkable comeback

Lincoln showcased the prototype of the Lincoln Aviator at the New York Auto Show earlier this year. Lincoln planned to slot the Aviator as a mid-size three-row SUV. That opened the gates for the automaker to manufacture the production model of the 2020 Lincoln Aviator, which it unveiled at the 2018 Los Angeles Auto Show.

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2019 Lincoln Aviator Headed for L.A. Debut

2019 Lincoln Aviator Headed for L.A. Debut

Lincoln’s mid-size luxury SUV is coming back with a vengeance

Thirteen years after departing the mid-size luxury SUV scene, the Lincoln Aviator is all set for its comeback as the production model takes center stage at the 2018 Los Angeles Auto Show. The production version’s debut comes eight months after Lincoln introduced the concept version at the New York Auto Show. Once it arrives, the Aviator will slot between the Nautilus and the range-topping Navigator in Lincoln’s SUV lineup.

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Lincoln Aviator Uses Detroit Symphony Orchestra Music As Warning Tones

Lincoln Aviator Uses Detroit Symphony Orchestra Music As Warning Tones

Are these the most pleasant automotive warning chimes ever?

Some cars’ warning tones for leaving a door ajar, the headlights on, or low fuel can be downright annoying and sometimes startling. I know the low fuel warning in my mid-2000’s Ford gives me chills when I’m not expecting to hear it, and it’s a problem shared with newer Fords whose chimes can be quite annoying. But for its premium Lincoln brand, the Blue Oval has chosen to record actual musicians playing actual instruments and the result is a much better and more soothing one.

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2019 Lincoln Black Label Navigator

2019 Lincoln Black Label Navigator

Customized for car collector Jay Leno

Redesigned for the 2018 model year, the Lincoln Navigator finally has what it takes to compete against the current Cadillac Escalade. It also comes in a long-wheelbase version and with the company’s recently introduced, more luxurious Black Label package. The latter has become so appealing that even TV celebrity and car collector Jay Leno ordered one. However, Leno requested some aftermarket extras and showcased the SUV at the 2018 SEMA Show.

Although it’s pretty much a stock Black Label model, it stands out thanks to its unique paint, wheels, and customized interior. Although it was conceived by the Lincoln Design Studio, this Navigator was actually customized by Van Nuys and Galpin Motors & Auto Sports. The Black Label Navigator will join the 1966 Lincoln Continental the Jay Leno purchased earlier in 2018.

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1949 Lincoln Mercury Coupe EV by ICON

1949 Lincoln Mercury Coupe EV by ICON

A classic, sleeper car with an EV powertrain

We see a lot of restomods where people or companies thump new engines into classic cars. But how about putting an electric powertrain into a vintage car? This is not a new concept; in fact, there are quite a few companies who have been working on this for quite some time now. The conversion companies were in a large number even in the last century, and a perfect testament for this would be the formation of the Electric Auto Association back in 1967. However, this takes a lot of skill, money, and precise execution. One such classic car fanatic company, which has done many conversions in the past, is ICON; and this time, the company has turned a 1949 Mercury Coupe into an EV.

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2018 Hennessey Lincoln Navigator

2018 Hennessey Lincoln Navigator

How does 600 horsepower sound on your full-sized Navigator SUV?

Hennessey has started rolling out a modified 2018 Lincoln Navigator that’s fitted with the tuner’s patented HPE600 tuning program. The custom tuned full-size SUV gets an increase in power, among other upgrades. The tuning package costs $19,950, and availability is limited to just 200 units for the 2018 model. If you’re interested in buying one, you can order the SUV though Hennessey or any authorized Hennessey Lincoln dealer.

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2019 Lincoln Nautilus Configurator - How We'd Spec It

2019 Lincoln Nautilus Configurator - How We’d Spec It

The Nautilus is making a lot of noise

The Lincoln Nautilus is one of the shiny new SUVs that are out on the market these days. Naturally, when a new model with so much promise comes out, a lot of people will be curious to see what it has to offer. That includes me, so I did what anybody in his right frame of mind would do. I jumped straight into the Nautilus’ new online configurator to do some work on my virtual SUV. The results, I can say, are intriguing enough that I wouldn’t be surprised if a lot of people are doing the same right now.

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Lincoln Set to Rename The MKC

Lincoln Set to Rename The MKC

Will the new moniker change the slow-selling fortunes as well?

There have been quite a few instances where the buried nomenclatures have been resurrected to remind people of the goodwill that the name carried. Now, Lincoln has planned to change the name of the Lincoln MKC for the 2021 model. It will then be known as the Corsair going forward. Will that help increase the sales figures?

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Wallpaper of the Day: 2020 Lincoln Aviator

Wallpaper of the Day: 2020 Lincoln Aviator

There’s no denying that Lincoln jumped ship a little too early when it came to the original Aviator. It was introduced for 2003 and discontinued in 2005, just shy of when SUVs really started to gain momentum. It took a long time, but Lincoln finally came to its senses and brought a production-ready preview of the 2020 Lincoln Aviator to the New York Auto Show. It’s slated to sit between the Nautilus and the Navigator and will likely be a replacement for the MKT, but what’s more important is that it looks damn good. So good, in fact, that we decided to make the preview vehicle our wallpaper of the day. It’s the first time we’ve put a concept or prototype in this position, but we can’t seem to get over how good it looks. As always, we’ve hand-picked our favorite and thrown together a full gallery that’s free for the taking.

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Despite Ford's Execution of Sedans, Lincoln Says That it Remains Committed

Despite Ford’s Execution of Sedans, Lincoln Says That it Remains Committed

Should Ford have continued with their sedans and scrapped the Lincoln twins instead?

There is a lot of discussion surrounding the extinction of sedans. Ford has already killed them in North America due to dwindling demands, but Lincoln will keep the ’traditional cars’ running. A spokesperson from Ford has said that Lincoln will remain committed to producing sedans. We are not sure what the rationale behind this is, as the response has not been great for the Lincoln sedans; with MKZ sales falling 34.4-percent and the Continental going down by 25.1-percent in the U.S. in the first quarter of 2018 alone.

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The Crossover Coupe Nighmare Continues as Lincoln is Plans to Produce its Own Crossover Coupe

The Crossover Coupe Nighmare Continues as Lincoln is Plans to Produce its Own Crossover Coupe

Will be built in China in 2022

While crossovers have been a thing for more than a decades now, the crossover coupe niche isn’t as big, despite BMW having started the trend with the X6 back in 2007. But more and more automakers are joining the market and Lincoln is now the latest manufacturer that wants a piece of the action.

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Watch out Audi and Porsche: Lincoln Promises the Aviator Will Be Almost Identical to the Prototype Shown in New York

Watch out Audi and Porsche: Lincoln Promises the Aviator Will Be Almost Identical to the Prototype Shown in New York

Lincoln’s giving the people what it wants

The Lincoln Aviator turned a lot of heads at the 2018 New York Auto Show. Actually, it did more than turn heads. It brought life back to a brand that has struggled to keep pace with its European rivals. Now, there’s more good news coming out of Lincoln. According to a high-ranking official from the company, the production version of the Aviator will look a lot like the concept version that was unveiled in New York.

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Who Needs a Car Key? Not Lincoln Aviator Owners Thanks to "Phone as Key"

Who Needs a Car Key? Not Lincoln Aviator Owners Thanks to "Phone as Key"

Your smartphone is also your car key

The hype train carrying the Lincoln Aviator is real, folks. The luxury automaker’s first plug-in hybrid SUV has officially reached its destination at the New York Auto Show, and as expected, it’s packing a serious amount of technology we normally don’t see on any of Ford’s other brands. Off the bat, we found out that the Aviator will carry technological bells-and-whistles like pedestrian detection, automatic emergency braking, and Ford’s new driver-assist system. But the feature that really has us intrigued is the automaker’s “Phone as Key” technology.

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Is the Lincoln Aviator "mightier" than the McLaren P1 or a Lamborghini Huracan? Lincoln Thinks So

Is the Lincoln Aviator "mightier" than the McLaren P1 or a Lamborghini Huracan? Lincoln Thinks So

To see is to believe, Lincoln. To see is to believe

When was the last the words “Lincoln” and “supercar” were mentioned in the same sentence? 50 years ago? Never? In any case, Lincoln just swung for the fences with what could possibly be the boldest statement to come out of the 2018 New York Auto Show.America’s once-proud luxury brand is all set to unveil the Aviator SUV, and while that itself is reason enough to get excited, the automaker added fuel to the fire, describing the capabilities of its plug-in hybrid system as “mightier than many supercars on the road today.”

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Lincoln Could Bring Back Rear-Hinged Doors on The Continental, but is it Enough to Fend Off the Cadillac CT6 and Mercedes S-Class?

Lincoln Could Bring Back Rear-Hinged Doors on The Continental, but is it Enough to Fend Off the Cadillac CT6 and Mercedes S-Class?

Is the once proud American luxury brand getting a little desperate?

Lincoln is going back to its roots. The luxury American brand is planning to bring back suicide doors on an upcoming version of the Continental sedan, harkening back to a time — the 60’s — when the unconventional door design was a staple on the iconic nameplate. The automaker didn’t reveal when the suicide doors will return, but it is largely seen as a step in resuscitating some life back to the once proud model.

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Lincoln Failed Taking on Audi, BMW, and Porsche with the Continental so it Will Bring Back the Aviator Name on a New SUV

Lincoln Failed Taking on Audi, BMW, and Porsche with the Continental so it Will Bring Back the Aviator Name on a New SUV

Just days after the rumor that the Continental would be discontinued due to poor sales, Lincoln turns around and releases a teaser for the Lincoln Aviator Concept, signaling the return of the name for the first time in 13 years.

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