Customer deliveries will commence this summer, and Lincoln will relaunch it, probably for the 2020MY.
This factory built, diesel-powered Lincoln Continental is weird even by 1980’s standards.
The limited edition model will cost more than twice as much as the standard Continental.
The model has a 6-inch stretched wheelbase and boasts electronic rear doors that open 90-degrees.
Turns out that Lincoln wasn’t lying about its return to the iconic suicide-door design.
The cryptic tweet follows a report suggesting the Continental could get suicide rear doors in the future.
Its segment is loaded with excellent models such as the S-Class, 7-Series or the A8.
The base price of the 2019 Lincoln Continental will be set at $47,140.
When it comes to comfort, German cars reign supreme.
The Porsche 911 had the highest quality of any vehicle this year.
It does need some work, but this shape and those suicide rear doors are definitely worth it.
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