Lincoln Corsair

 
 

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Lincoln Corsair

Elegance Meets Performance

The lifestyle habits of the young, and the young at heart, have economized work time to maximize personal growth, adventure and enrichment time. Their driving habits have also dramatically evolved. From the daily commute to weekends away, the time they spend in transit needs to be quality time and far from a chore. Weekday mass transit commutes are ‘me time’ and present an opportunity to recharge and fix focus on goals and planning weekend adventures. Driving to work on Friday, with a 3 pm departure planned, your ride should be exceptional, and a fabulous mix of style, smarts, and performance, like yourself. Lincoln understands your want for style, spaciousness, luxury and, forward-thinking technology.

 

The all-new Lincoln Corsair is a fabulous two-row SUV that combines style, power, and technologies in a package that is a standout in the small SUV segment. The Corsair has a choice of a standard 2.0-liter turbocharged engine making 250 horsepower, an available 2.3-liter turbo delivering 295 horsepower and a specially engineered 2.5-liter four-cylinder gas engine and advanced hybrid technology work to deliver effortless acceleration in the all-new Corsair Grand Touring. This is complemented by Lincoln-first electric all-wheel drive, a first in its segment.

 

 

 
 

 

The Lincoln team was obsessed over the interior and it shows and quietness is paramount for Corsair. Starting with a dual-wall dashboard in the engine compartment that provides an additional barrier between passengers and the engine. With this innovation, usually only found in larger vehicles, an air gap acts to keep vibrations out of the cabin. Active Noise Control enhances overall sound quality throughout. The Six unique symphonic chimes, that replace the standard electronic alerts, were recorded by the Detroit Symphony Orchestra and the tonal chimes are fabulous, and they add another layer to the calming soundscape of the cabin.

 

Images: Ken Panton, (r) and Lincoln.

 
 

 

All-New Lincoln Corsair

The Youthful Side Of Lincoln

The horizontal interior design lends a visual calmness to the space which is crafted with supple, hand-selected materials. Breaking up the elements, particularly the cantilevered console that emphasizes volume and enhances practicality with additional front-row storage. A specially tuned 14-speaker Revel™ premium audio system is available for the all-new Corsair. Placement, tuning, calibration and the number of Revel speakers are all unique to each Lincoln vehicle, designed to ensure audio quality and accuracy for each cabin size and acoustics.

 

Lincoln’s available Perfect Position seats, outfitted in our test car were a stunning addition to the comfort level inside the cabin. The seats feature 24-way adjustability, massage capability, and additional lumbar support. Second-row passengers will appreciate more legroom and flexibility thanks to the sliding seats that offer up to six inches of travel and a 60/40 fold-flat or split-bench option. In fact, Corsair offers more legroom in the second row than many larger luxury SUVs including the Mercedes-Benz GLS. Corsair embraces elements of both the full-size Lincoln Navigator and three-row Lincoln Aviator while building on their styling cues with even more flair.

The Corsair is a true driver’s car. Set the driving mode to Excite to enjoy the drive and revel in your trendsetting style, and comfort. Lincoln Corsair.

Photography: David Lewis Taylor

 

 
 

 
 
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