2020 Lincoln Continental Coach Door Edition Returns

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Lincoln has announced that the Lincoln Continental Coach Door Edition is returning for the 2020 year model. The Lincoln Continental Coach Door Editon is built on the Continental Black Label. The car has a 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 under the hood and all-wheel drive.

For 2020 the Lincoln Continental Coach Door Edition gets new standard features. The new features include a flow-through rear console that has a hard-trim cushion table, dual tablet/notebook holders, wireless charging pad, dual USB outlet, and a 110V power outlet, deployable handbook hook, audio and climate controls with a 4-inch display, and Continental Coach Door badging. New options also include a secured pass-through storage compartment, illuminated aluminum rear-door sills, and dual rear door umbrella holders with Lincoln umbrellas.

Lincoln will offer the vehicle in several exterior colors, including Infinite Black, Pristine White Metallic, and Chroma Crystal Blue. The monochromatic package is offered with the black and white colors. There are a couple of interior themes for the Lincoln Continental Coach Door Edition, including Alpine / Chalet theme and Jet Black / Thoroughbred theme.

The Jet Black / Thoroughbred theme isn’t available with Chroma Crystal Blue. Order banks opened today with deliveries starting in the spring of next year. About 150 of the cars will be made starting at $115,470. The full-length center console makes this car one of the folks that like to be driven. The cool rear-opening doors are the most notable feature of the car.

When the Continental Coach Door Edition launched last year, all of the available units sold out quickly as Lincoln drastically underestimated demand for the car. Anyone wanting a modern suicide door Lincoln should order quickly. Note that the car in the images is the 2019 Continental Coach Door Edition.

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Written by Shane McGlaun

Shane is a car guy with a fondness for Mustangs and off-roading.

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  1. The Continental is a great idea but only half baked. A vehicle like this should have been on the CD6 platform, with a Rear wheel drive based setup to give the car a more dynamic feel. the base engine should have been the 400hp/400tq 3.0L V6 backed by a 10-speed transmission. This setup would have allowed for a Continental Mark X sedan to come into the picture as the more performance oriented version with a 450hp 3.5L V6 producing 510lb-ft of torque backed by the new 7-speed DCT along with a performance AWD setup with technology learned from the Focus RS and the Taurus SHO with torque vectoring, performance differentials, magnetic ride, large Brembo brakes with silver calipers (GT350 spec), staggered 21″ wheels with ultra high performance all-season tires, a subtle aero package, dark housing lamps (front and rear) a satin black finish grille and trim, an trunk with an integrated lip spoiler, a tuned active exhaust system and a few other things. A Black Label Speedway package would enhance the car with unique wheels, an interior that would rival (not copy) the AMG S63, Sync-4 with the Revel stereo system and a few other things would do the car nicely. This trim would sit below the base Continental and the Continental Grand Touring Hybrid with the 450hp/600lb-ft 3.0L Hybrid powertrain. The Coach Edition package should be offered all models. Having a Continental like that would be worth it.

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