Comfort, style, perfection. I won't waste your time; the new 2020 Lincoln Corsair is the cultivation of years of Lincoln engineering and development to create something genuinely different. You aren't purchasing a car; you're obtaining a truly incredible experience.
Blacked-Out Floating Roof
A floating roof is no new trick. Many car manufacturers will separate the roof from the chassis to create a more refined and dynamic look. However, Lincoln, as usual, takes what was a good idea, and brings it up into the field of excellence. The fully blacked-out floating roof showcases the level of detail that the Lincoln designers go through to bring you the benchmark in luxury crossovers. The front column and rearview mirrors are blacked out to accentuate further this floating look, which is never seen in other cars. And a full panoramic roof to finish this look.
The tech contained within this one car could be an article on its own. Seamlessly integrated into the flowing interior, the 2020 Lincoln Corsair has all of the bells and whistles a driver could ask for. Some headliners in this cutting-edge pack include phone-integrated fobs, allowing for the car to turn on and open just from your approach. The interior also has 24-way adjustable seats, accommodating a wide range of preferences for leg space, height and even five different massage settings. Don't worry about having to reset your preferences every time your spouse or someone else drives your car—the previously mentioned cellphone fobs? They are tuned specifically for your settings, so your car will automatically change to accommodate you or another driver. Thirteen interior speakers adorn this vehicle, and instead of the clunky relic that is the gear stick on other automatic cars, the Corsair features elegant keys integrated seamlessly into your central console.
A Perfect Engine
Rounding out this impressive showcase is the heart of every respectable vehicle: a respectable engine. This fall there are two engine options currently: the 2.0-liter turbo four-cylinder and the 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine. The difference is in power. The 2-liter is a perfectly fine engine; it can run 250 horsepower and about 275 pound-feet of torque coming standard with front-wheel drive. The 2.3 liters isn't going to turn your crossover into a formula one engine, but it will undoubtedly help the Corsair go that extra mile. This option, with 280 horsepower and 310 pound-feet torque, also comes with four-wheel drive available.
The Lincoln 2020 Corsair shows an unforeseen president in the way crossovers will be going forward. A sleek and elegant design is sacrificing nothing in the realms of power or new features. Of course, as a Lincoln vehicle, the pickup and delivery service will be an enormous bonus. When you need your car serviced, repaired or spiffed up, you can book a pick-up time on your app and have a Lincoln professional stop by. He will pick up your car and drop off a temporary replacement you may drive until your service is complete.
The Lincoln Corsair has arrived; make sure it arrives at your driveway.
Test drive a Lincoln Corsair at your local Findlay Lincoln.
310 N. Gibson Road, Henderson