Lincoln brought back the Continental name two years ago, and now revives a feature commonly known by a name you'd rather not use.
To celebrate the 80th anniversary of the model, Lincoln offers a Limited Edition Run of the 80 Coach Door Edition Continentals for 2019, colloquially referred to as "suicidal doors."
The tailgates behind the tailgates date back to the heyday of the Continental from 1961 to 1969, when it was fashionable. They provide a stylish and easier way to get in and out of the vehicle.
The cars start as the top model of the Black Label Trimientals brand and are modified by limousine specialist Cabot Coach of Haverhill, Massachusetts, with a six-inch wheelbase that also improves legroom.
Memorial signs on the door sills and on the rear console will remind passengers that they are not on any old Lincoln.
Order books are now open to black-listed Lincoln dealers for cars expected to arrive next summer. The exact price has not yet been announced, but Lincoln says it will be over $ 100,000, while the standard label Black Label Continental will start at $ 71,440.
If you miss it, be patient. A second, unidentified amount will be available in 2020. You've been waiting for half a century to buy one, what's one more year?