Lincoln Brings Back Its Luxurious Suicide Door Continental For 2020

Oct 10, 2019

Category: Rides

In 2019, Lincoln introduced the limited-edition 80th Anniversary Continental Coach Door sedan. In just two days, the collection’s 80-unit inventory was completely sold out, leaving buyers who were late to the party in relative disarray. However, due to the popularity of the Coach Door’s initial iteration, Lincoln has announced that the vehicle will be returning for the 2020 model year.

The 2020 Lincoln Continental Coach Door Sedan is still powered by the company’s capable twin-turbo V6, offering exceptional power to drivers who are inclined to push the vehicle’s all-wheel-drive system to the max. But the Coach Door’s strengths have never been defined by its performance; instead, Lincoln is sticking to what it does best by implementing a luxurious Black Label trim, rear-hinged suicide doors, and a bespoke interior that boasts fine, upholstered seating, tablet holders, and a four-inch display screen for navigation. To achieve this, the company has elongated the vehicle’s original chassis by six inches, giving birth to a lavish iteration that’s been likened to that of Rolls-Royce. Head over to Lincoln’s website for more information on the limited-edition model, which is available for order at $116,645+.

Purchase: $116,645+

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