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After a 15-year hiatus, Lincoln brings the Continental model back as a 2017 model.
The Continental, introduced in 1939, helped establish Lincoln's luxury reputation, enduring through many model changes.
The new Continental uses a front-wheel-drive platform, although it can be optioned with all-wheel-drive.
A high roofline maintains headroom over the rear seats.
Lincoln works the door handles into the chrome belt-line trim.
The available all-wheel-drive system includes active torque vectoring, which overdrives the outside rear wheel in a turn, helping the car's handling.
The oblong shape of the Lincoln badge is echoed in the openings of the grille.
LED headlights also echo the shape of the Lincoln badge.
The top engine for the Continental is a twin turbocharged 3-liter V6 making 400 horsepower. The next engine down also uses twin turbos, but makes do with a 2.7-liter V6.
Fender badges show the Continental name.
The high roofline creates an airy cabin.
A camera in front of the rear-view mirror, and a forward-facing radar, enable adaptive cruise control and lane-keeping assistance.
Lincoln boasts about the Continental's available 30-way power adjustable front seats.
Seat controls are conveniently mounted on the doors.
The standard rear bench seat offers a reasonable amount of comfort.
A special rear seat package includes power recline and a massage function.
A panoramic sunroof gives the cabin plenty of light.
This steering wheel shows the two-tone Chalet interior design.
An LCD instrument cluster can be configured for an individual view.
2017 Lincoln Continental interior