Ford has unveiled the all-new 2020 Lincoln Corsair at the New York Auto Show.
SUVs are a hot commodity right now, and small SUVs are just as popular. We’re not sure what differentiates a crossover between a small SUV, but Lincoln is preferring to call the new 2020 Corsair a small SUV, so we’ll stick with that terminology.
At the New York Auto Show, Lincoln unveiled their most luxury small SUV yet. The Corsair comes loaded with standard features and unique elements that will set it apart from a crowded luxury market.
To start, the Corsair is quiet. It features a dual-wall dashboard between the engine and the cabin that contains a pocket of air in between. This provides an added layer of sound deadening usually reserved for larger sedans. The Corsair also has active noise cancellation to keep whatever unwanted noise that does enter the cabin in check.
The Corsair is also the first Lincoln to feature six symphonic chimes instead of the usual beeps and bongs to tell the driver the door is ajar or their seatbelt isn’t done up. Each chime was recorded with the help of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra and will play through the Corsair’s available 14-speaker Revel premium audio system.
Other available features include wireless charging, Sync3 and Applink with an 8-inch infotainment screen, heads-up display, and a 24-way adjustable power driver and passenger seat with massage.
Under the hood is a standard 2.0-L four-cylinder turbo with 250 hp and 275 lb-ft of torque. An available 2.3-L four-cylinder turbo provides 280 hp and 310 lb-ft of torque to the Corsair’s 8-speed automatic transmission.
Interestingly, there is no shifter beside the driver’s right elbow. To park, reverse, or put the car into drive, the user must press one of four buttons right above the climate control system.
Lincoln Co-Pilot360 comes standard with automatic emergency braking, blind spot monitoring, lane-keeping, and automatic high-beams. Adaptive cruise control, evasive steering, and automatic parking are available extras.
The Lincoln Corsair arrives this fall with pricing to be announced at a later date.