Just four years after being revived, the Lincoln Continental is once again a dead car driving. Production of the car in the US will stop at the end of 2020.
The Fusion based sedan is headed for the same fate as its Ford sibling as production of the Lincoln MKZ is scheduled to end around the middle of 2020.
The 2020 Lincoln Aviator is available with a VisioBlade windshield wiper system, which keeps the blades heated and sprays water just ahead of the blades.
The 2021 Lincoln Corsair Grand Touring is the SUV’s new flagship model, and has a plug-in hybrid powertrain with a 2.5L I4 and two electric motors.
The 2021 Lincoln Corsair Grand Touring is an AWD PHEV with a 2.5L I4 and total of 198kW (266hp), and an EV range of over 40km (25mi).
Ford has confirmed production of the Flex production at its Oakville, Ontario, plant ends on November 25, 2019, and will result in around 450 jobs lost.
The Lincoln Continental Coach Door Edition is back for another year. For 2020, the stretched suicide door sedan gains extra features and a price bump.
Production of the Lincoln Continental sedan in the US will reportedly end in late 2021 with its production slots taken up by two electric crossovers.
The new 2020 Lincoln Corsair replaces the MKC. Like the MKC, the Corsair is based on the Escape, but with radically different styling and interior.
The Ford Escape has been completely renewed and it has a new Lincoln partner, the Corsair, which Ford has invested a lot of effort in differentiating.