The 2020 Lincoln Continental Coach Door Edition Has Arrived
Suicide doors, anyone?
The Lincoln Continental “Coach Door Edition” is back for 2020, and it’s more extravagant than ever.
Lincoln introduced the first iteration of the retro-cool cruiser with suicide doors last year to celebrate its 80th anniversary, and all 80 special-edition vehicles sold out almost immediately.
Car and Driver reports that this year’s Coach Door Edition is based on the top-tier Black Label Continental, which comes with a 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged V6 that produces 400 horsepower and 400 lb.-ft. of torque.
While that output is certainly ample, the ride is really all about luxury. Inside the rear-hinged doors, which open 90 degrees and have a soft-close feature, are seats that adjust 30 ways, a Revel Ultima sound system, a rear console with its own cushioned table, dual tablet holders, a wireless charging pad, two USB outlets, and audio and climate features that are controlled on a four-inch display screen.
“Pristine White Metallic” is the color shown on here, but the Coach Edition is also available in “Chroma Crystal Blue” or with a black-and-white “Monochromatic” paint scheme.
Anyone who wants to cop a Lincoln Continental Coach Door Edition needs to do so by the end of October. Though there’s no set number of models this year, the exclusive sedan is available now for $116,465.