Back to Lincoln

Lincoln New Cars

Models

view thumbnails grid view horizontal compact blog view
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.

Read more
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.

Read more
2017 Lincoln Continental To Be Built In Michigan

2017 Lincoln Continental To Be Built In Michigan

Lincoln has revealed that the upcoming 2017 Lincoln Continental flagship sedan will be built in Detroit, Michigan. According to John Fleming, Lincoln’s global manufacturing chief, the Continental will be made at Ford’s Flat Rock assembly plant. The facility currently employs 3,100 workers building the Mustang muscle car and the Fusion midsize sedan.

Set to arrive for the 2017 model year, the new Continental flagship revives Lincoln’s most recognizable nameplate. The brand stopped building the Continental in 2002. The final model was based on the Ford Taurus and used a front-wheel-drive architecture and a 4.6-liter V-8 engine. The name was first introduced in 1939 and gained momentum in the 1950s and 1960s as one of the most luxurious cars built in the U.S.

Lincoln aims to regain its long-lost luster with the new Continental, which will compete against the newly launched 2016 Cadillac CT6, as well as German executives such as the 2016 BMW 7 Series and 2014 Mercedes-Benz S-Class. Also, the large sedan is aimed at growing Lincoln’s presence in China, where Lincoln has enjoyed a lot of success recently.

Though Lincoln has yet to release info as to what the 2017 Continental will look like, I expect the production version to mirror the concept car Lincoln showcased in 2015. Power will most likely come from an EcoBoost V-6 engine with at least 350 horsepower and a focus on fuel economy.

Continue reading for the full story.

Read more
2015 Lincoln MKC Black Label

2015 Lincoln MKC Black Label

The MKC is the newest vehicle to come from Lincoln and the brand’s first compact crossover. Launched at the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show, the MKC shares the same platform with the Ford Escape and uses many of the styling cues introduced with the second-generation MKZ sedan. Two engines were introduced at launch, both using EcoBoost technology and shared with other Ford products. A 2.0-liter, four-pot generates 240 ponies, while the 2.3-liter also found in the 2015 Mustang delivers 275 horsepower. Both units mate to a six-speed automatic and available all-wheel-drive. As we move onto a new model year, the 2015 MKC has become one of the first two Lincoln models to receive the company’s Black Label treatment.

Created to offer a new level of luxury for Lincoln products, the Black Label package brings high-grade leathers and refined materials to the crossover’s interior, as well as an exclusive color palette and wheel designs for the exterior. Additionally, it comes with a new dealer network trained to provide personalized service "for an enhanced shopping and service experience." Could Lincoln finally live up to its potential as a luxury brand? Read on to find out more about that.

Click past the jump to read more about the Lincoln MKC Black Label.

Read more

2013 Lincoln MKT Town Car Fleet

Regardless of how odd it may look to have a bulky crossover SUV, like the MKT, replacing the equally bulky, yet outdated, Town Car sedan in Lincoln’s lineup, you can’t resist saying that it just might work. It’s equally luxurious as the Town Car and far larger, allowing passengers to stretch out a little more. One complaint about the Town Car that has somewhat carried over to the MKT is the cost to fuel it.

The last Town Car got a wallet-draining 16 mpg city and 24 mpg highway and the MKT was not much better at 16 to 17 mpg city and 23 to 25 mpg highway, depending on options. Well, for fleets later on in the 2013 model year, Lincoln is addressing this concern by offering a 4-cylinder engine – that’s right, a 4-cylinder Lincoln...

This variant will not be made available directly to the public, as it will be a fleet-only model. It will boast a 2.0-liter EcoBoost engine that pumps out 235 ponies and 260 pound-feet of torque. That’s a 65-horsepower drop from the now-standard V-6 engine, but only a 15 pound-feet decrease in torque. Where the EcoBoost engine comes into play is the fact that it gets 20 mpg in the city and 28 mpg on the highway, that’s a 3 to 4 and 3 to 5 mpg increase, respectively.

It achieves these increases by not only offering two fewer cylinders to fuel, but also that it is only available in front-wheel drive. The lack of an AWD variant may seem like an issue to many non-fleet, but look at any fleet of Town Cars and you’ll find out that they are all rear-wheel drive, so that’s not a concern to fleet owners.

The Lincoln MKT Town Car Fleet is expected to debut later in 2012 and will come in at a base price of $49,845. There are no details on whether the options list is thinned out from the current MKT, but we assume it will all remain the same..

We’ll update you with more info as it becomes available.

view all
Read more
2013 Lincoln MKZ

2013 Lincoln MKZ

For the past several decades, Ford has pranced the Lincoln brand around guised as a “luxury car,” but when compared to its competition – BMW, Mercedes, Lexus, and Infiniti – Lincolns just never held up. The lowest of lows came in the early-2000s with the release of the failed and wholly unpopular LS.

With the launching of the MK series of cars and SUVs, Lincoln began pressing the competition, but still fell slightly short of its goal in overtaking them. To help get Lincoln over this hump, Lincoln announced that the MKZ, the automaker’s entry-level sedan, will be completely overhauled for 2013 in hopes to better compete with the aforementioned competition.

We have all been anxiously awaiting the release of Lincoln’s plans to keep its lineup fresh, as it has been on the downward slide in recent years. We saw the concept MKZ and found out that the official design will, in fact, be a near replica of the concept – thank you Lincoln – but we had yet to hear anything about the official production specifications or the 2013 MKZ, at least until now. Ford Motor Company finally released these specs, just over 24 hours before its unveiling at the 2012 New York Auto Show.

Will this update be enough to launch the Lincoln lineup back to its days of dominating the Luxury car front, or will Lincoln have the same fate as GM’s Saturn and Oldsmobile brands, which also received a last minute redesign campaigns to try to save them? Take a look at the full review below to find out.

UPDATE 07/24/2012: Lincoln has released a new configurator, which you can find here, that allows you to select two trim levels from the five available – these include: Premier, Select, Reserve, Preferred with Single Panel Roof and Preferred with Retractable Panoramic Roof – and compare the two. Of course, shortly after releasing the online configurator, Lincoln also released the official pricing information for the MKZ. Hit the jump for full pricing and package details for the 2013 Lincoln MKZ.

Hit the jump for the 2013 Lincoln MKZ review.

Read more

TopSpeed Headline News

One out of three cars has worn braking fluid. AutoExpress
Results from Euro NCAP tests for Lexus IS. AutoBild
GM prepares for Red-Tag on Saturday. AutoWeek
Toyota calls back approximately 54.200 cars for engine control system failure. Internal Source
Lincoln has a new dealership – Amazon.com. DetNews
Brabus - Tune It Safe! CLS Rocket Police Car available. (...)

Read more