A new Lincoln Crossover is finally on the market, and it looks like it’s not going to be an easy sell.
The automaker announced today that it has ordered 50,000 units of the new crossover, which will be built in Lincoln’s Chicago factory.
But there’s still plenty of time before it actually ships to U.S. consumers.
The new Lincoln crossover is due in the spring of 2019, and we’re still waiting on final vehicle numbers.
According to the automaker, the new Crossovers will feature an aluminum body, a “new design and advanced technology” that is similar to that of the 2015 Chevrolet Camaro and 2019 Nissan Titan, as well as a “higher-quality interior, including an active infotainment system.”
The Crossover will also include a “comprehensive suite of safety technologies” and will be available in the “best-in-class trim level,” which starts at $37,995.
However, the price of the Crossover starts at just $35,995 for the base model and goes up to $49,995 once the optional Active Brake Package is added.
As for the details of the crossover, Lincoln says the new model will feature a four-wheel-drive system that will make it a “supercar” with the top-of-the-line EcoBoost V-6 engine that will be paired with a 6.2L V8 engine with an output of 315 horsepower.
The new Lincoln Coupe will also have a 5.7L V6 engine with 531 horsepower.
The top-spec coupe will feature eight seats and the new version will have four front seats, while the sedan will have six front seats.
The coupe and the crossover will be sold in the U.K., Australia, Japan, and Germany.
While Lincoln is planning to ship its new Lincoln coupe to the U, it is unclear if the new Lincoln can reach the U., as the automaking plant in the Chicago area is currently located in Germany.
However — and this is where things get interesting — the automakers plan to expand the Lincoln Crossover to other U.L.C. markets, including the U