Assigned order code AB, Ocean Drive Blue is one of 10 colors offered on the 2022 Lincoln Corsair, which include:
- Pristine White Metallic
- Flight Blue Metallic
- Red Carpet Metallic
- Ceramic Pearl Metallic
- Silver Radiance Metallic
- Asher Gray Metallic
- Infinite Black Metallic
- Ocean Drive Blue Metallic (new for 2022)
- Bronze Smoke Metallic (new for 2022)
- Elite Blue Metallic (new for 2022)
The new hue is a $695 cost option, and can be paired with all trims including the Corsair (base), Corsair Reserve, and Corsair Grand Touring, as well as all interior color combinations.
2022 Lincoln Corsair Trim Levels:
- Grand Touring
2022 Lincoln Corsair Interior Color Combinations:
- Ebony with Medium Slate
- Ebony with Cashew
The 2022 Corsair has been in production since December 2021 at the Ford Louisville Assembly Plant. As of this writing, units of the 2022 Lincoln Corsair in Ocean Drive Blue are available at dealers nationwide, however availability varies by dealer and region.
Ford Authority has extensively reported on the changes and updates for the 2022 Lincoln Corsair. These include the addition of a new Dura-Touch wrapped steering wheel as standard equipment, replacing the leather-wrapped steering wheel on prior model years. It’s also worth noting that the compact luxury crossover has dropped its standard Revel Audio System, replacing it with the 10-speaker Lincoln Premium Audio System.
We should also note that the Corsair is expected to receive a mid-cycle refresh for the 2023 model year, for which the CUV is expected to receive a slew of tech updates, including Lincoln ActiveGlide, the brand’s new semi-autonomous driver-assist system. Other expected updates include a significantly more modern infotainment system with SYNC 4 running on a larger center touchscreen. This addition of SYNC 4 should also result in improved voice recognition capability.
Ford Authority spies have spotted a number of 2023 Corsair prototypes undergoing testing over the past few months, including a possible hybrid model. That comes just as Lincoln has made public its commitment to electrifying its entire lineup by 2030.
Lincoln Corsair sales have been steadily improving since its launch for the 2020 model year. In fact, sales of the small Lincoln utility moved up to third place in its segment during the first quarter of 2022.