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The $110,000 Lincoln Continental Coach Door Edition is sold out -- for now

Lincoln will do another round of Coach Door Continentals next year.

2019 Lincoln Continental Coach Door Edition

Lincoln will build just 80 examples of its Continental Coach Door Edition this year. And while it's an expensive proposition at more than $110,000 a pop, every single one of the suicide-door Contis is already spoken for.

"Response from customers has been extremely positive, with interest exceeding the planned production for the limited-edition run," the company said in a statement Monday. The 80 approved customers will be notified in February, and the first deliveries will take place this summer.

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But fear not, Coach Door Continental connoisseurs -- if you didn't make the cut this time around, Lincoln has you covered. The automaker says it will definitely do a second-year run and "will have more to share very soon."

The Coach Door Edition builds off the top-level Continental Black Label, with six extra inches of wheelbase, resulting in generous rear-seat accommodations. Back-seat riders will enjoy a fixed center console with hideaway tray table and tablet holders. Adjustable seats, as well as a second set of audio and climate controls, add a bit of comfort and convenience to that hella-roomy rear.

Every Coach Door Edition is powered by the Continental's largest engine: a 3.0-liter, twin-turbocharged V6 with 400 horsepower and 400 pound-feet of torque on tap.

Suicide doors are a nice historical nod to the Lincoln Continentals of yore. The rear-hinged doors first appeared on the 1961 Continental, and the limited-edition 2019 model launches as Lincoln celebrates its 80th anniversary.

Of course, as I said, these things are pretty heckin' expensive. Lincoln says the cars cost "slightly north of $110,000," which is a full $40,000 more than the base price of a standard-wheelbase Black Label model. But seeing as how the first 80 examples sold like hotcakes, I don't foresee Lincoln having trouble moving another round of expensive Continentals in 2020.