Lincoln took out accusations of the Corsair compact SUV 2020, the new replacement of the MCC ahead of the New York Fair Fair.
As with other new Lincoln models, the brand's entry into the compact SUV segment eliminates the alphanumeric nickname of its predecessor for a name that has both nautical and aviation connections.
2020 Corsair slots under the full size Navigator and three-row Aviator, accepting the famous (and successful) identity of the brand's design. The front is dominated by the vertical grid of the company, while the rear part is for the entire width.
You can not tell if you're watching, but under the skin, Corsair shares its basics with the Ford Escape. For the first time in Lincoln, there is a rear integral bush suspension that makes it easier to drive.
"Entering the fastest growing luxury segment, the new Corsair is artfully designed, specially designed and filled with our unwavering attention and dedication to detail; it is unapologetically Lincoln," said Joy Falotico, president of Lincoln.
Consumers will be offered pieces of four cylinder units with turbocharging to choose from: a basic 2.0 liter with 250 hp and 275 hp of torque and 2.3 liters with 280 hp and 310 ft of torque. Both engines are connected to an eight-speed automatic transmission.
In both cases, the front-wheel drive drive is standard, but Lincoln will offer a all-wheel drive option, which can be shifted from power to all-wheel drive, depending on road conditions. There are five driving modes: Normal, Exit, Slippery, Deep Conditions and Conserve.
Lincoln's focus with the new Corsair is to provide truly luxurious experience in a premium compact SUV segment; the interior is said to be super-quiet, thanks to the double wall panel in the engine compartment that holds vibrations outside the cab and the active noise control system.
Even the six different drivers warning drivers are unique because they were taken from the Detroit Symphony Orchestra to help the cabin stay a quiet place, or as Lincoln calls it a "sanctuary for the senses". The options include a specially tuned 14-speaker audio system, Lincoln is the perfect 24-way position with adjustable seats with massage function and wireless charging, but functions like Wi-Fi and Infotainment with eight inches SYNC3 are standard.
There are also three new interior color options with Corsair: Beyond Blue, gray and black and medium slate (soft with Ebony details).
Driver assistance systems include the optional Lincoln Co-Pilot360 Plus, which adds Adaptive cruise control with stop-and-stop traffic assist, steering assist avoidance, assistive steering assist, Active Park Assist Plus and more. Drivers will also be able to use their smartphone as a key through the Lincoln Pey application.
The sale of the new Lincoln Corsair 2020 will begin this fall, and the production will take place at the assembly line in Louisville, Kentucky. Prices will be announced closer to the launch, but expect a small sum from the current MCC, which will run from around $ 34,000 to $ 47,000.
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