2020 Lincoln® Continental Performance Features | LincolnCanada.com

A 2020 Lincoln Continental is shown being driven at a pace where dynamic torque vectoring would make for an even more satisfying drive


Raw power can turn heads, but refined power is what truly deserves attention. Dynamic Torque Vectoring delivers power on demand to the appropriate rear wheel while driving through corners. This feature enhances agility and helps maintain a smooth and seamless driving experience.
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*Standard with 3.0L AWD models only.
A 2020 Lincoln Continental is shown being driven on a road as it approaches another vehicle to demonstrate the capabilities of Adaptive Cruise Control


Now, navigating traffic can feel a little more effortless. Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop-and-Go10 , 138 marries camera and radar, enabling the Continental to sense and adjust to the pace of nearby cars.* Stop-and-Go functionality allows the vehicle to come to a complete stop and restart when traffic begins to move.*
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*If stop is longer than three seconds, driver must tap accelerator pedal or push resume button to start the vehicle moving again.
The 2020 Lincoln Continental shown in the Magnetic Grey exterior colour is being driven along a coastline
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A couple uses a pedestrian crossing in front of the 2020 Lincoln Continental


Auto Hold10  offers a new form of relief when you come to stop signs, signals and other braking situations. When the system is engaged and the driver uses the brake pedal to bring the vehicle to a standstill, the system will hold and then release the brakes when the accelerator is pushed.
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