As the manufacturer broadens the technology to lower-priced vehicles, Ford Motor is making its hands-free highway driving system available in Lincoln’s entry-level Corsair crossover.
The 2023 Corsair, the second Lincoln model after the Navigator SUV, will be the brand’s sixth car in the lineup to utilize the system. The Corsair will be the least expensive vehicle in the firm to provide the technology after the system’s growth, known as ActiveGlide for Lincoln and BlueCruise for Ford.
The Corsair will cost between $40,000 and $55,000, with a plug-in hybrid electric vehicle included in that range. The crossover is available for purchase, and showrooms in the United States should see the vehicles in early 2023.
A number of improvements to the Corsair for the 2023 model year include the addition of ActiveGlide, which has lane-changing capabilities. Other modifications include new trim and color options, as well as exterior and interior design tweaks, including a revised grill and 13.2-inch central touchscreen.
Ford presently offers its hands-free highway system on the Expedition SUV, the Lincoln Navigator, the Ford F-150 and Lightning pickup trucks, the Mustang Mach-E crossover, and the F-150 and Lightning.