Last year was the first year since 2009 that I didn’t attend the Washington Auto Show; ironic because I skipped it to go out and actually buy a new car (the most valid reason you could give, if you ask me). Needless to say, even though I was content to fall absent last year given my reason, I was excited to explore…
Premium cars that subscribe to a set of uniquely American criteria of what it means to be luxurious, comfortable, and desirable have been dead for decades. They died by their own hand, stabbed by an opera light and suffocated in vinyl. The 2017 Lincoln Continental, however, may just be resurrecting the idea, and it…
I say this both as a compliment and a condemnation—the most impressive piece of the entire new, long-awaited Lincoln Continental is the door handles.
A grainy rendering of the production 2017 Lincoln Continental leaked on Thursday, and now we get to see a few actual photos of the car prior to its unveiling this week at the Detroit Auto Show.
The Lincoln MKX is a very fancy Ford Edge meant to help redefine a struggling brand, and it looks promising. What do you need to know before you buy a Lincoln MKX? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in our Buyer’s Guide.
The Lincoln MKC is a car that’s okay at most things but great at almost literally zero things. What do you need to know before you buy a Lincoln MKC? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in our Buyer’s Guide.
The Lincoln Navigator is the OG “American luxury SUV,” but today it’s kind of an also-ran compared to the prolific Cadillac Escalade. What do you need to know before you buy a Lincoln Navigator? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in our Buyer’s Guide.
We now live in a horrible, terrible world, full of nightmares and beasts. Toyota no longer makes the Celica; the Ford Explorer is a crossover. But in this awful dystopia, one vehicle stands stout against the tide of progress(?), the Lincoln Navigator.
The mighty hand of the free market is forcing Lincoln to further branch out from its Ford roots, and this, the 2017 Lincoln MKZ, is its first, well, not a foray into the independent wilderness, but a peek out through the curtains. It looks a lot like the Lincoln Continental concept we saw a little while back, and…
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The Lincoln Continental was meant to be a rejuvenation of the brand. A return to style, and a return to proper substance. I’ll withhold proper judgment until we drive it, but Lincoln has just telegraphed its first disappointment. Unlike its rivals, the new Continental will be all-wheel-drive or front-wheel-drive. Only.
I always think that Lincoln needs to get back to its roots with a simply styled, rear-drive V8 sedan. Then I remember they built the LS and nobody bought one.
Leather interiors and copious legroom used to be the hallmarks of a luxury sedan. But Ford is about to completely redefine what luxury means when it introduces a 30-way adjustable power seats for its Lincoln brand that even lets drivers ensure that both of their bum cheeks are comfortable with individual settings for…
Luc Donckerwolke, a Volkswagen Group design veteran and chief of design at Bentley, has parted ways with the German conglomerate. And nobody is quite sure why.
Remember the Andrews Collection? Well, it just got significantly smaller after RM Auctions managed to sell 78 vehicles and select memorabilia from it. The result is $53,887,585 in the bank.
Seeing the new Lincoln Continental Concept got me to thinking about the last truly beautiful Lincoln. Not the anonymous LS or the Mark VIII with it's unfortunate wheel options, but an honestly gorgeous car. Turns out, my first car was last of its kind: the '71 Continental Mark III. Head over to Road & Track to read…
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Considering the dramatic rebirth Ford has undergone in the last decade, Lincoln’s comparative lack of direction is pretty surprising. Maybe, though, this new Lincoln Continental Concept represents the re-discovery of something Lincoln’s so desperately needed: an identity.
One of the things we dream about is the day Lincoln will get its balls back and return to the bold American style it used to offer. If this mysterious development website is any indication, we may not have to wait much longer. A new Lincoln Continental might be on the way.