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The 2020 Lincoln Corsair Sails at a Crowded SUV Harbor at the New York Auto Show

Small luxury SUVs are like opinions and, you know, everyone has got one. The latest Lincoln is the 2020 Lincoln Corsair, sharing its modular platform with all new Ford Escape and slipping into the dock this fall next to the midsize Lincoln Nautilus, three-row Aviator and battleship-sized Navigator.

Lincoln offered publishers a preview of Corsair in front of official unveiling Wednesday at the New York International Auto Show. And although the replacement of the slow-moving Lincoln MKC appears well and outlined, Ford's luxury unit must prove that it can win customers in a kill-or-kill segment that includes the highest seller Acura RDX, Mercedes GLC, Audi Q5, BMW X3, Lexus NX, Range Rover Evoque and many other names.


Amid the marketing-and-design apparel from Lincoln overseers-including references to the slogan "Silent Flight" of the brand, and interiors as "human sanctuaries" -We did not dig to understand how Corsair might appear in its sharp-elbowed marketplace. Melding designs from Aviator and Navigator with moderate help with Audi and Range Rover (the latter with the painful roofline and jutting roof spoiler), Corsair has something to do with it: Unlike some badge-engineered old Lincolns, the Corsair is not confused with its Ford-branded Escape. And while long-time people (like me) might be missing out and call it Corvair, which does not matter to the heaviest mobile younger or empty nests Lincoln sees as a key audience it's a crossover.

Corsair does not open a new design of the ground, preferring the smooth walking, vertical paths stipulated by the Lincoln SUV stablemates, with a lighter footprint. Lincoln's signature brightwork front grille is a particularly low, wide design, deeply decorated with body edges and alloys starting at 18 inches and top with optional 20. The rear is the highlight designs, including "S-curves" that shorten stacked saucers-or a toned-down Renault-with slim LED taillamps and a full-width lighting strip en vogue . The rise of the tailgate through the smartphone shows Lincoln's "Phone As a Key" technology, which can replace a key fob completely and manage everything from closing, unlocking and starting to memorization up to 80 preset functions for individual users. Roofs of black roof, front and rear, can get an increase of some designers in the design of the chairs. But Lincoln designers defended them in a series of sketch designs that showed how they expanded the vehicle.


Like some small competitors, Corsair built next to Escape in Louisville, Ky.-is offered exclusively on turbocharged four-cylinder guise: A 2.0-liter with 250 horsepower and 275 pound-feet of torque, or a 2.3-liter with 280 horsepower and 310 pound-feet. Both pairs of engine with eight-speed, paddle-shifted automatic transmission. Intelligent AWD may have either the engine, with a fuel-saving, rear-axle disconnected that allows Corsair to work in front-drive mode. For AWD models, five driving modes are used to replace familiar names such as "Eco" and "Sport" with, respectively, "Treat" and "Excite." An available display of 12.3-inch digital driver rotates the driving modes in an animated form, with eight The center of the touch-screen center is also an option.


Troubled may be relative, with Lincoln explaining the quiet, comfort and connectivity of Corsair, with mentions of sport or performance. Like Rolls-Royce with a "wafting" market, Lincoln promises to be "gliding" as the most important sensation. Compared to the more affordable Escape, Corsair adds a dual-wall dashboard with a composite barrier against noise and vibration, active noise control and a unique multi-link rear suspension that Lincoln calls one "Integral Bush" design. The sound of the sound glass is common, with an optional glass sound mirror.


The dynamic cabin is aimed at the conservative, nasty American cash of the Navigator and Aviator, even at lower prices. A breathtaking, floating console cantilever center from a powerful horizontal dashboard. The ambient light, choosing seven colors, explains a Lincoln logo under that console. Lincoln's cosseting, the 24-way "Perfect Position" front seat is a lux option, including individual bolster and thighs. A spacious, blue-and-white interior is one of three new cabin schemes.

A steering push-to-talk smart key is located on the thumb of the thumb, keeping the hands on the wheel. Wifi is common, such as Lincoln's "Co-Pilot 360" with automated emergency braking and pedestrian detection, rear view cameras, blind spots and cross-traffic detection, lane keeping and automated high beams. For added money, owners will gain an adaptive cruise control with traffic, continuous shutting down, assist the reverse brake and a self-parking system that does everything in the push of a button-fully automated steering , shifting, braking and throttle control for either parallel or straight-in parking. There is also an optional panoramic sunroof, head-up display, 14-speaker Revel premium audio unit and a wireless phone charger in the center armrest.


Passenger and freight space (and external visibility) are strongly suited: Escape, the second-seat Corsair seat may slide six inches before and beyond, for more maximum legroom (at 38.6 inches) than some bigger SUVs, including Mercedes GLS-Class and Tesla Model X. manually operated, in contrast to some of their full strengthened rivals. But the freight gap behind the straight second row is also generous, as Lincoln showed by hanging on four huge luggage inside. Lincoln does not release pricing for 2020 Corsair who goes on sale in the fall. But the nearly $ 36,000-to- $ 37,000 base fare seems to be a safe bet, a relationship of more than one current MKC, and similar to the RDX of Acura.

This former Motown person was touched by the choice of six rider "symphonic chimes" which reflects in different situations, all received from the recordings of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Now, if Corsair receives a sound from public purchase, or a burial funeral, it remains to be seen.

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