Lincoln’s newest SUV – the all-new 2024 Nautilus® – debuted today, with evolved design, an available hybrid powertrain, and new connected features including Lincoln BlueCruise 1.2 hands-free highway driver-assist technology that will elevate the immersive, in-cabin experience for clients.
The new 2023 Lincoln Corsair makes its debut with segment-first features, including available Lincoln ActiveGlide 1.2** hands-free features for speeds up to 80 mph, delivering an even more intuitive and effortless experience. With the addition of Lincoln ActiveGlide, Lincoln clients will enjoy even more capability and functionality in the new Corsair.
Two Detroit-based brands, both with a passion for design, are once again teaming up to create two timepieces – a testament to both brands’ craftsmanship and attention to detail, marking Lincoln’s centennial celebration.
Building on the brand’s portfolio of effortless and connected experiences, Lincoln is currently piloting a new Mobile Vehicle Spa service in the Houston, Texas area and is set to launch the Lincoln Access Rewards Visa and an all-new concierge program, Pursue Your Passions this month.
On Feb. 4, 1922, Henry Ford, with encouragement from his wife Clara and his son Edsel Ford, purchased The Lincoln Motor Company from distinguished inventor and automotive engineer Henry Leland for $8 million.
With the debut of the new 2022 Navigator, Lincoln is introducing two new Black Label themes to its portfolio. The new themes – Central Park and Invitation – build on the brand’s commitment to exquisite craftsmanship while adding new elements for clients to enjoy.
Heads turn at the sight of a Lincoln Navigator with its unmistakable, commanding presence and elegant design. And with the debut of the new 2022 Navigator, Lincoln is elevating first-class travel yet again with the introduction of more effortless technologies.
The story of the Lincoln Aviator Shinola concept started with a watch, a duffle bag and a bike seat, and it took off from there. Two iconic brands with a shared passion for design, Lincoln and Shinola have teamed up to create an Aviator SUV concept.
Going beyond the tangible, beyond the logistics of the shape of sheet metal, the feel of fabrics and even the elegance of technology, transportation design students from ArtCenter College of Design in Southern California were given an assignment that was, in its simplest terms: tell me a meaningful story.