Driven By Pure Performance

At the heart of this premium sedan you'll find a standard 3.7-liter Ti-VCT V6 engine that comes mated to a 6-Speed SelectShift automatic transmission with paddle shifters. Churning out a healthy 305-horsepower and 280 pound-feet of torque, the 2017 Lincoln Continental can also be had with sought-after features such as Dynamic Torque Vectoring and Lincoln Drive Control. Regardless, you can count on this year's model to provide you with a smooth, yet refined, driving experience.


Seamless Experience

The Lincoln Continental was crafted to present a culmination of interior amenities that create an overwhelmingly graceful experience. Designers worked to reduce lines that can divide an interior, producing a more connected flow. The seamless center console and laser-cut roll-top tambour cup holder door indicate deliberate attention to a purposeful and pleasing aesthetic. In-door seat controls, a front driver's seat that fully retracts as you exit, striking wood inlays and available rich leather surfaces surround you in an interior that is rejuvenation and decidedly Continental.

Active Noise Control

Active Noise Control heightens overall cabin and sound quality by reducing unwanted noise while enhancing sound that is desired. Microphones monitor the sound profile of the cabin, which is then invented by a signal processor to create an opposing wave through the speakers. When the opposing wave meetings the original wave, they cancel each other out, providing a more pleasant driving experience.

The Latest in
Tech Features

The 2018 Lincoln Continental is no stranger to tech-savvy features. Outfitted with SYNC 3, and boasting an exclusive Revel Audio system featuring QuantumLogic Surround Sound, this year's new Lincoln Continental utilizes the latest in voice-activated technology to provide you with a truly connected driving experience. Whether you need to send a text to a close friend, or are ready to hit play on your favorite tunes, the 2018 Lincoln Continental has got you covered.


Bridge of Weir Deepsoft Leather

Scottland's Bridge of Weir has long been a supplier of fine automotive upholstery, so it was only fitting for them to bring their soft, supple leather to a new symbol of first-class international travel. This Deepsoft leather goes through a 16-hour softening process, which is a considerably longer process than those used for most automotive leathers, and the 2018 is the only vehicle in its class to offer it.

Auto Hold

Auto Hold offers a new form of relief when you come to stop signs, signals and other braking situations. When the system is engaged and the driver uses the brake pedal to bring the vehicle to a standstill, the system will hold and then release the brakes when the accelerator is pushed.


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