With the new 2019 Lincoln Continental, the Ford plans to introduce a refreshed 10th generation of the famous series. According to the latest spying, the next Continental promises a new and improved look. However, this luxury sedan will not only come with outside upgrades. It will also feature lots of interior improvements and improved power train options, as well. With all this, the Lincoln Continental will offer incredible value at an affordable price. It will also challenge the BMW 7 series and the Mercedes-Benz S-Class for the supremacy of the luxury sedan market.
The eye-catching exterior of the 2019 Lincoln Continental will leave all lovers of stylish and luxurious models breathless. If you get that chic and sophisticated beauty, you’ll be proudly driving in the streets. According to the information we have, this four-door sedan could use the well-known CD4 platform as you’ve seen on Ford Fusion models. The front fascia of the new Continental will be substantially dominated by an attractive chrome grille which has been the recognizable feature of Lincoln vehicles. Modern headlights will use Matrix LED technology. Looking at the side profile, you will certainly like the smooth, flat roofline of the new Continental and it has been said that it will get 21-inch wheels. If there is a sportier and somewhat aggressive feature that this model will acquire, it can probably be found in the rear end where you’ll notice the redesigned LED taillights and a dual exhaust system.
The luxurious exterior of the 2019 Lincoln Continental simply promises that you should not find anything in your cabin. A lot of space for you and your passengers as well as comfortable rooms are definitely guaranteed. Heated seats will have the option of being electronically regulated so you can enjoy the ultimate pleasure. Leather and wood are just some of the premium materials that will be used on the cabin. In addition, you’ll find a 9.0-inch touch screen with My Lincoln Touch Multimedia Complex and the latest high-tech apps and options. In addition, adaptive cruise control, the rear view camera, seat belts, air bags, pre-crash alert and parking assistance are just some of the safety features that the new Continental offers.
The New Continental will come with a trio of V-6 engines. The standard will be a 3.7-liter engine with 305 horsepower at 6,500 rpm and a peak torque of 280 lb-ft at 4,000 rpm. It will have an EPA rating of 17/26 mpg for the FWD version and 16/24 mpg for the AWD. Next, we’ll see a 2.7-liter turbocharged engine with 335 hp @ 5,700 and 380 lb-ft @ 3,500 rpm. And finally, there will be a double-turbocharged 3.0-liter, with 400 hp, 400 lb-ft. All three of these engines will come coupled with a 6-speed automatic transmission.
The 2019 Lincoln Continental is expected to debut at the end of 2018, although the release date has not been confirmed. The estimated price range starts from $ 44,500 for the base model and goes up to $ 80,000.