Meet the replacement for the-based Lincoln MKC. The 2020 Lincoln Corsair hits the road this fall with a new look, loads of new technology and a new attitude. But it's not just an update with a catchy new name. The Corsair -- alongside the three-row -- is the harbinger of a sort of renaissance within the Lincoln brand, debuting smart new technologies and performance aimed at elevating the automaker in the luxury space.
In the sheetmetal, the Corsair is surprisingly small, even for this already compact luxury class. The Lincoln's 180.6-inch length is a bit shorter than the(182 inches) and (183.3 inches), slotting somewhere between the (177 inches) and (184 inches). The Lincoln's small stature is exaggerated slightly by concave doors that curve inward, creating the SUV equivalent of a narrow waist.
Up front, the Corsair features the same design elements as the new Aviator, including the notched chrome grill with hexagonal cutouts echoing the Lincoln star badge. Jewel LED headlamps are matched with sharp daytime running lights. The entire front end is more upright than the outgoing MKC, which makes the Corsair look a bit like the cutest little Navigator you ever did see. Out back, sharp taillights stretch across the SUV's Audi-esque rear end, just beneath an integrated spoiler that adds a sporty finish to the Corsair's silhouette.
There's also a separate recall for a few thousand Ford Explorers and Lincoln Aviators.
The new SUV would ride on a new electric skateboard-style chassis developed by Rivian.
This electrified crossover should have around 266 horsepower in its under-hood stable and about 25 miles of electric-only range.
The latest labor agreement between the UAW and Ford provided some details on future vehicles.
You'll have to choose the most expensive trims of each, however.
The Lincoln brand is back in a big way thanks to excellent new products like the three-row Aviator utility vehicle.
The botched rollout of one of Ford's most important vehicles was due to a number of factors.
Smooth, quiet and unintimidating, the 2020 Lincoln Aviator is spearheading a renaissance at Lincoln, a comeback that's, oddly enough, rooted in the brand's past.