Corsair Expands Lincoln Lineup for 2020
Sanctuary for the senses: all-new lincoln corsair arrives with whisper-quiet, confident ride and sophisticated interior
The 2020 Lincoln Corsair stands out in the small premium utility vehicle segment by offering two turbocharged engines more powerful than several competitors, plus a wealth of amenities typically found only in larger utilities.
Corsair continues Lincoln’s momentum, following the launch this summer of Aviator, the brand’s all-new three-row premium SUV and its first plug-in hybrid offering, Aviator Grand Touring.
Refined, confident power
Staying true to its Quiet Flight DNA, the all-new Lincoln Corsair delivers an effortless yet nimble drive experience. Two turbocharged four-cylinder engine options are offered – a standard 2.0-litre with 250 hp and 280 ft/lb of torque and an available
2.3-litre with an impressive 295 hp and 310 ft/lb of torque. Each engine is mated to a new 8-speed automatic transmission.
Corsair features a Lincoln-first rear integral bush suspension, which delivers a smooth ride by directly absorbing impacts that would otherwise be felt in the cabin.
All-wheel-drive disconnect capability enables a seamless switch between front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive in response to road, speed, temperature and other conditions, helping to optimize efficiency for all-season confidence behind the wheel and an enhanced ride for passengers.
Lincoln drive modes are other intuitive features on the all-new Corsair, allowing for seamless customization of the drive experience.
Standard modes include normal, conserve, excite, slippery and deep conditions. Each is fully integrated – clients simply select the mode and Corsair handles the rest.
Sanctuary for the senses
As quietness is paramount, Lincoln designers and engineers obsessed over every single detail to create a sanctuary for the senses in the all-new Corsair.
To help ensure a whisper-quiet ride, a dual-wall dashboard in the engine compartment provides an additional sound-dampening barrier between passengers and the engine. Made with sheet-molded composite material with an air gap in between, the walls of this feature significantly reduce the traveling sound from a running engine.
Active Noise Control also enhances overall sound quality.
This technology uses strategically placed microphones throughout the cabin to listen for specific