The world was a very different place back during the height of the Cold War. America had a very clear, uncomplicated rival in the Soviet Union, but our relationship with the USSR wasn’t one that always demanded seriousness and fear. Sometimes, goofy versions of our sworn enemies could be trotted out to help sell cars.…
There’s no way for me to be cynical about this: The new 2019 Lincoln Aviator will not just be a rather handsome iteration of the innumerable crossovers on today’s market, but it will also be debuting a plainly wonderful little gimmick when it debuts at the LA Auto Show. Various chimes for the car will be from the…
I zoomed in on the press photos. I scanned them carefully. I even hit command + F on my keyboard for the word “denim” in the press release. No dice. How is this a proper custom Lincoln Black Label Navigator for Jay Leno, then, if it has no damn denim anywhere on it?
Being a writer in this glorious modern age is fascinating. On one hand, it means every little mistake you make is immediately found and people all over the world get to call you a moron in real time. On the other, it means that your readers can get directly involved, which I love. That’s why today’s Meh Car comes from…
The new Lincoln Continental debuted to a ton of fanfare, only to be immediately and brutally met with a market moving swiftly away from sedans to SUVs. So rumors about the demise of the Lincoln Continental started circling a few months ago, but now it appears that they are coming closer to fruition.
What we know about Elon Musk’s alleged take-Tesla-private plans a week later, how Lincoln wants to go more premium, Harley-Davidson’s troubles and more on The Morning Shift for Monday, August 13, 2018.
I’ve been powering through the final season of The Americans at last (no spoilers, please!) and it’s really made me want a Lincoln Mark VII LSC. Are those cool again yet?
Lincoln said last year it was getting rid of its bad MK names for its products, instead opting for names of real things, as in the new Lincoln Aviator. That also meant the MKC name was doomed. Now, starting in 2020, meet the Corsair.
Following in the footsteps of Cadillac, Volvo, and Porsche, Lincoln will begin offering cars on a monthly basis through a subscription service. Here comes the twist: they’re all used cars.
There’s a new Lincoln Aviator coming and it’s a more interesting vehicle than you’d think. The outside says Range Rover, the inside says Mercedes and under the skin is a new rear-wheel drive unibody we haven’t seen yet.
This is the 2002 Lincoln Continental concept. Yes, you read that right: 2002. It’s still so good that it not only puts the current Lincoln Continental to shame, but Lincoln should seriously just go ahead and put it into production.
The old Lincoln Aviator, produced from model years 2003 to 2005, was a miserable failure. Lincoln’s bringing the nameplate back for 2019, though. Might this one fare better? Maybe! Today, Lincoln confirmed it would preview the new Aviator at the New York International Auto Show later this month. Aviator? Aviator!
Sad news, friends. The new Lincoln Continental—the lovely, languid blueberry of a vehicle—isn’t selling well. And as a result, there are now rumors that Ford might just kill it off after this generation.
This President’s Day, indulge in the true luxury of the Lincoln Mark VIII, just like the man who invented it—Abraham Lincoln.
Sales of the 2018 Lincoln Navigator, a rather attractive vehicle that replaced the terrifying, haunt-you-in-your-dreams outgoing generation of the Navigator, are up. Like any good automaker capitalizing on the sales rise, Ford is fawning over itself and how it just can’t make enough Navigators to go around.