2022 Lincoln Corsair Grand Touring review: Big car cushiness in a compact footprint

When you think of comfortable vehicles, the first ones that come to mind are big sedans and SUVs that ride like you’re on a cloud. They isolate you from everything else as if occupants are inside a cocoon of serenity. However, there’s a trade-off for all of that cushiness because these vehicles aren’t exactly the […]

by Stefan Ogbac
Lincoln Star Concept previews the brand’s electrified future

In celebration of its centennial, Lincoln showed off a concept car that previews the brand’s next evolution. Called the Lincoln Star Concept, this aerodynamic crossover is a design study that gives us a glimpse of what the next as the brand transitions to full electrification. The exterior lighting, for example, creates a new welcome sequence […]

by Stefan Ogbac
Lincoln full electric concept is debuting later this month

On April 20 of this month, Lincoln is going to show the world what it’s been working on in terms of electrification. A fully-electric concept will be born into this world showing the brand’s direction toward the future. Obviously the concept is a crossover, based on the teasers that debuted on Lincoln’s social media channels […]

by Chad Kirchner
Kanye West — Ye — featured prominently on refreshed Lincoln Corsair Grand Touring test mule

So here’s a weird one. Our team of spy photographers caught the Lincoln Corsair Grand Touring — that’s PHEV in Lincoln speak — out testing around the streets of Michigan. While we’re expecting a bit more of a range, and a nip and tuck of the front and rear, what’s interesting about this prototype is […]

by Chad Kirchner
2021 Lincoln Aviator Grand Touring review: Electrified Americana

What’s your idea of luxury? Audacious and showy? Minimalistic and clean? Elegant and classy? Tech-focused? A blend of all of the above? Each brand in the premium segment lands in one or multiple categories to create their distinct identity. The 2021 Lincoln Aviator Grand Touring is a great example of this. You’ll never mistake it […]

by Stefan Ogbac
Lincoln electrifying its fleet by 2030; first full EV to debut next year for company’s 100th anniversary

Lincoln celebrates its 100 year anniversary next year, and to help celebrate that momentous occasion, the company is making several significant leaps forward to ensure the sustainability of the company for 100 more years. By 2030, a year you hear a lot about, Lincoln plans to have its entire portfolio electrified. That doesn’t mean an […]

by Chad Kirchner
Ford and Lincoln to get electric SUVs: Report

During its Capital Markets Day, Ford announced that its developing two new EV architectures, an RWD/AWD one and another dedicated to full-size trucks. It’s part of a strategy aimed at boosting its global EV offerings to 40 percent by 2030. A report from Automotive News reveals that the RWD/AWD architecture will be used to create […]

by Stefan Ogbac
2021 Lincoln Corsair Grand Touring PHEV gets fuel economy rated and EV range documented

The EPA has posted the fuel economy and range ratings for the 2021 Lincoln Corsair Grand Touring plug-in hybrid. This is the third powertrain option on the smallest crossover in Lincoln’s lineup. In EV mode, the Corsair Grand Touring is rated for 28 miles. With a full tank and battery charge, the Corsair Grand Touring […]

by Stefan Ogbac
22 new or updated hybrid and plug-in hybrid vehicles coming to market in 2021

Electrification doesn’t mean only more battery-electric vehicles entering the market. They also include hybrids in both plug-in and self-charging flavors. Automakers are rolling hybrids out in droves as part of the industry’s move away from internal combustion engines. Both mainstream and luxury brands all offer hybrids and plug-in hybrids in different flavors, meaning there’s something […]

by Stefan Ogbac
Lincoln should bring back the Mark LT pickup truck as an EV

One could argue — and I often do — that the Lincoln Blackwood and subsequent Mark LT pickup truck was ahead of its time. It was designed to be a premium offering during a time when nobody wanted a premium truck. Those times are over, and it’s obvious if you step foot on a Ford […]

by Chad Kirchner