2017 Lincoln Continental
Category : 2017 Cars
In mid-2008, Lincoln launched the new flagship Lincoln MKS as a 2009 model. Lincoln upgraded the LS in 2005–2006 to attract more of the mid-size luxury market left unserved after the discontinuation of the Continental. A year later, the Ford Fusion-based Zephyr was updated and re-released as the Lincoln MKZ. A predecessor of the 2010 Ford Taurus, the MKS is closest in size and market position to the 1995-2002 Continental; instead of a V8, upper-level models are powered by a twin-turbocharged V6. Due to slowing sales, the LS was cancelled in April 2006 following the release of the mid-size 2006 Lincoln Zephyr.
0 L direct-injection twin-turbocharged V6 will be exclusive to Lincoln. The tenth generation Continental is based on a front-wheel drive platform, with optional all-wheel drive. 7 L V6 making 305 bhp (227 kW; 309 PS) and 280 lb·ft (380 N·m). 0 L engine is rated at 400 bhp (298 kW; 406 PS) and 400 lb·ft (542 N·m) of torque on 93 octane ((R+M)/2) fuel. 0 L twin-turbo engines, and only with all-wheel-drive. 7 L direct-injection twin-turbo V6 with 335 bhp (250 kW; 340 PS) and 380 lb·ft (515 N·m) is available as an option. Shared with the updated, shorter, 2017 Lincoln MKZ, the 3.  In the United States the base engine is a 3. In Canada the car is only available with either the 2. The “S” transmission selection represents “Sport” mode, where the Continuously Controlled Damping suspension, electric power steering and transmission shift points take on a different posture. The transmission is no longer activated with a center console installed transmission selector; the computer controlled transmission uses buttons installed to the left of the MyLincoln Touch infotainment touch screen labeled “P, R, N, D, S”, a revival of an approach used in the 1950s by the Chrysler push button PowerFlite and the Packard Touchbutton Ultramatic.