2021 Lincoln Corsair Exterior

What's New For the 2021 Lincoln Corsair?

The Lincoln Corsair was first introduced in 2020, so there aren't any aesthetic or mechanical updates in the 2021 model year. It has gained a new trim featuring a hybrid. The new trim level, called the Lincoln Corsair Grand Touring, gets its power from a gasoline engine and two electric motors. Marking a first for the company, the Grand Touring debuts on-demand electronically controlled all-wheel drive for the first time. The Grand Touring trim also includes other classic features found on the Corsair, including a full package of advanced driving aids, ample space for passengers, and front seats that are adjustable in many ways.

What are the Lincoln Corsair Trims & Features?

There are three trim levels available for the Lincoln Corsair in 2021. First is the Standard. The Standard gets full LED headlights and dazzling chrome accents across its exterior. The interior has multi-way adjustable front seats that are available with a leather finish. A push-button start and dual-zone automatic climate control are standard. There are two 12V power outlets to keep your devices charged and ready for use. Other technology includes an infotainment display with Lincoln Connect and the Lincoln Way App.

Remote start is a handy convenience, and you will get power-locking doors. Aluminum interior trim accents are standard, and you also get a leather-wrapped steering wheel. Additional storage space is available in the center console. The Reserve trim has standard leather upholstery and an upgraded sound system. A hands-free liftgate is included for this trim. A panoramic sunroof is also added, along with more advanced safety aids and ventilated front seats. The Grand Touring has a different powertrain and front seats that are more adjustable. The new trim also adds more standard safety technology.

2021 Lincoln Corsair Interior

Corsair Powertrain and its Performance

Power options for the 2021 Lincoln Corsair include the same engines that were offered in 2020 plus the new hybrid powertrain. The first engine, which powers the Standard, is a turbo 2.0L with four cylinders. This engine gives the Corsair a maximum of 250 HP and 280 LB-FT in torque. Front-wheel drive is standard. The second engine, available on the Reserve, is a larger 2.3L engine with four cylinders. This engine produces 295 HP and over 300 LB-FT of torque. The hybrid powertrain creates 266 HP with two electric motors. It gets approximately 25 miles of all-electric range.

Lincoln Corsair Safety Features

Some of its standard safety features include advanced airbags, reverse braking assist, evasive steering assist, and pre-collision avoidance with automatic emergency braking.

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