Raw power can turn heads, but refined power is what truly deserves attention. Dynamic Torque Vectoring* delivers power on demand to the appropriate rear wheel while cornering.** This feature enhances agility and helps maintain a smooth and seamless driving experience.
*Standard with 3.0L AWD models only.
**Remember that even advanced technology cannot overcome the laws of physics. It’s always possible to lose control of a vehicle due to inappropriate driver input for the conditions.
Now, navigating traffic can feel a little more effortless. Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop-and-Go marries camera and radar, enabling the Continental to detect and adjust to the pace of nearby cars.61 Stop-and-Go functionality allows the vehicle to come to a complete stop and restart when traffic begins to move.*
*If stop is longer than three seconds, driver must tap accelerator pedal or push resume button to start the vehicle moving again.
Comfort, Normal or Sport? The adaptive suspension gives you the freedom of choice to help match your mood to the road.
Electric power-assisted steering provides easy and fluid steering at low speeds and a firmer, more controlled feel at high speeds.
Helping to place light in the right place at the right time. At faster speeds these headlamps cast a beam of light farther to help drivers see distant objects. At slower speeds the beam of light is cast over a shorter, wider area to identify potential nearby objects and pedestrians.
The available twin-panel moonroof with power shade presents an all-glass, two-panel sky view. The power-retractable front panel glides open without obstructing rear-seat passengers’ overhead views.
The bold one-piece Lincoln signature grille – featuring distinctive Lincoln Star mesh – is designed to turn heads and widen eyes.
The Light Touch Handle has a small button that, when touched, unlatches the door electronically, allowing it to be opened in a single smooth motion. Attention to the handle's position keeps the Continental's long, flowing lines intact. Plus, entrances and exits are made even more graceful with an available soft close door that gently gathers in the door and secures it.
The Lincoln Continental was crafted to present a culmination of interior amenities that create an overwhelmingly graceful experience. The seamlessly connected center console and laser-cut rolltop cupholder door use connecting lines for elegant flow. 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 rejuvenating and decidedly Continental.
By allowing drivers to keep their eyes on the road, the head-up display** helps make responding to the road ahead easier. It contributes to a custom driving experience by letting drivers choose what data to display, from standard driving information to Adaptive Cruise Control settings, Lane-Keeping System information and more. The Continental head-up display is visible in virtually all lighting conditions, even when the driver is wearing polarized sunglasses.
**Don’t drive while distracted. See owner’s manual for details and system limitations. Certain external light conditions, such as oncoming headlights, sunrise, sunset or reflections off the road surface, may affect the driver’s ability to see the head-up display.
With 19 expertly placed speakers in the available Revel® Ultima Audio System, the Continental delivers music in breathtaking audiophile quality. With three distinct modes, including Stereo, Audience and Onstage every song becomes a concert and every note becomes an experience.
Blind Spot Detction with Cross-Traffic Alert helps warn you of vehicles you might otherwise miss. The system uses radar in the rear quarter panels to identify a vehicle entering your blind spot and alerts you with an indicator light in the sideview mirror. Cross-Traffic Alert also uses radar to detect vehicles approaching from either side when you're slowly backing out of a parking spot or your driveway. If it detects vehicles approaching from up to 15 yards away, it sends an audible warning, a visual display in the sideview mirror and a signal in the message center.
The Lane-Keeping System uses a camera mounted behind the windshield's rearview mirror to monitor road lane markings and detect unintentional drifting toward the outside of a lane. *If the camera detects an impending drift, the system will use the steering system and the instrument cluster display to alert and/or help you to stay in your lane.