2018 Lincoln Continental: The All New Luxurious Sedan Experience

Feb 16, 2017 10:46 AM EST | Ivy Lebanan

The 2018 Lincoln Continental is a four-door Deluxe Sedan of an American automaker Ford Motor Company. The new sedan consists of an excellent combination of well-designed shades and styles from its predecessor.

According to Auto Evolution, the 2018 Lincoln Continental has an elegant, distinctive grille. It has 30-way perfect position seats, which provides customized thigh extender for a comfort driving experience. The rear seats support ample leg room and offer a bevy of features, such as power lumbar support and reclining capabilities.

The 2018 Lincoln Continental offers an excellent and luxurious craftsmanship. It comes with Bridge of Weir Deepsoft leather, which makes a perfect and comfortable upholstering. The wood trim of the sedan has natural patterns that add Continental sumptuous transitional surfaces.

The luxury car is powered by a three-liter twin-turbo V6 engine, which generates a 400 horsepower, as Car Buzz reported. It has an excellent horsepower-per-liter output. The Continental has standard Dynamic Torque Vectoring which is up to 400 lb-ft of torque.

The 2018 Lincoln Continental carries certain powertrain elegance, which transfers power to the rear wheels, which enhances system agility and aimed at maintaining a comfort driving experience. It also has an adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go camera and radar that ensures the safety. It can sense and adjust to the pace of nearby cars.

The Continental features a 19-speaker Revel Ultima Audio System and SYNC 3, which is a voice-activated system that handles calls and text messages hands-free, even if the driver's hands are on the wheels. One of its best features is the 360-degree camera that maneuvers angle from any vision field of the Continental. It can provide front and rear views, as well as the bird's eye view around the vehicle.

The 2018 Lincoln Continental has no official release date yet, and the starting price could be around $60,000. The luxurious sedan is still in the production process.


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