Published: Tue, December 18, 2018
Markets | By Otis Pena

Lincoln revives a 1960s Continental classic

Lincoln revives a 1960s Continental classic

However, given the fact that the initial 80 cars will be built in such a small number (as opposed to a becoming a regular option) and will feature a stretched wheelbase, this means that these cars will essentially be handmade and loaded with all the luxury options that Lincoln offers, including a choice of Black Label interior themes.

"But they struck such a chord that they're still remembered so fondly today".

Rear-seat passengers are in for a particularly pleasant time.

To create the 2019 Continental Coach Edition, Lincoln contracted coachbuilder Cabot near Boston to add 6 inches to the car's wheelbase and to rework the rear door handles to flow with the front door handles, which remain electrically operated.

"People appreciate elegance and glamour", David Woodhouse, design director at Lincoln said in the model's announcement.

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The order books are open now at Black Label-approved Lincoln dealers for cars expected to arrive next summer.

Clients are excited to sit on the premium seats and listen to the car's exceptional audio system while utilizing the built-in tablet holder and wireless charging pad to juice-up their phone. The 90-degree opening makes for easy, graceful entry and exit by allowing passengers to turn to sit to enter, then exit the auto by stepping forward and out. They offer a stylish and arguably easier way to enter and exit the vehicle. "These doors answer to both". No word on any kind of driver-assist technology being included, however.

Powering this special model will be Lincoln's 3.0-liter, twin-turbocharged V6 engine pumping 400 horsepower and 400 pound-feet of torque to all four wheels via a six-speed automatic transmission. Three drive modes will be available, Normal, Sport and Comfort.

The 80th Anniversary Coach Door Edition will be limited to just 80 units. The interior features either Lincoln's artic-themed Chalet color set, which focuses primarily on a monochromatic white and black scheme, or a attractive black and chestnut motif it calls Thoroughbred. The price will be steep: Lincoln says to expect it to come in above $100,000, a more than $20,000 upcharge over a comparably equipped 2019 Continental Black Label.

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