The 2017 Lincoln Continental is back and better than ever with more comfort features than any luxury car in its class. Despite the Continental’s sleek style, powerful engine, and smooth ride, one feature has enthusiasts raving more than any other. If you’ve ever wanted to experience 30-way adjustable seats, it’s time to take a drive in the new Lincoln Continental.
The Lincoln Continental may boast a design that resonates with younger drivers but the iconic car’s interior is perfect for older buyers. The seat itself is built to offer the utmost comfort in every way.
The Continental’s seat features its very own massage feature that’s designed to relax drivers and lower stress levels on the road. Such a feature could come in useful for decreasing the amount of road rage drivers experience site sur cialis.
That and more makes the new Continental a top luxury model simply because it puts the “luxury” back in the name. While some models can whip from zero to 60 mph in record time, the Continental is playing the comfort game.
Don’t be fooled, though. The 2017 Lincoln Continental will soon roll out with a 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged V6 engine that produces 400 hp. No matter what powertrain drivers choose, the Continental offers a smooth, relaxing ride time and time again. The luxurious features, powerful engine, and price make the new Lincoln Continental a luxury car for drivers of all ages.
Lincoln made some waves earlier this year when the brand teased and then revealed the upcoming new Lincoln Continental, which will be going into its 10th generation when the model goes on sale late this fall. While Lincoln has been quiet about the Continental since then, the car recently reappeared at the Auto China 2016 event in Beijing, where it will become the fifth model in Lincoln’s lineup to ever launch in China when the all-new Continental makes its fall debut sometime between September and December of this year.
Unlike most full-size luxury sedans, the 2017 Continental will be utilizing similar platforms and powertrains to the Lincoln MKZ and Ford Fusion in the form of the CD4 front-wheel drive system, whereas most competitors in the premium sedan segment come with rear-wheel drive. The new Continental is also expected to offer an all-wheel drive option with Dynamic Torque Vectoring. Additionally, the Continental is receiving an all-new, exclusive 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 engine with an output of up to 400 horsepower and 400 lb-ft of torque. Lincoln has yet to unveil information on the 2017 Continental’s transmission, but industry experts agree that it will likely come standard with a 9-speed automatic.
Other features in the new Lincoln Continental include a 360-degree camera, Pre-Collision Assist with Pedestrian Detection, front seats with 30-way adjustments referred to as ‘Perfect Position Seats,’ an advanced climate control system, and more. The next-generation Continental will be manufactured in the U.S. at the Flat Rock Assembly Plant in Michigan ahead of the vehicle’s fall 2016 release.