Lincoln is making some notable changes to its best-selling SUV, the Corsair. One of them is a redesigned front end featuring a larger grille, but more importantly, there are a lot of design updates and upgrades on board, including the ActiveGlide driver assistance system.
Inside, the most noticeable change is the flushing of the outgoing model’s 8.0-inch screen on the centre console in favour of a standard 13.2-inch screen, compatible with the Sync 4 multimedia system. The screen in front of the driver, which acts as the instrument cluster, is unchanged at 12.3 inches.
As for the lower part of the central control cluster, it has been slightly modified, with the layout revised and simplified. A backlit applique is available as an option.
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