DETROIT – Lincoln Motor Co. is updating its best-selling nameplate, the Corsair crossover, with new technology, a larger touchscreen and exterior design tweaks in a bid to continue drawing new buyers to the brand.
The 2023 Corsair, scheduled to hit showrooms early next year, will come available with Lincoln's ActiveGlide hands-free driver assist technology. While the feature debuted earlier this year on the freshened Navigator, the Corsair will be the first to come with an updated version that includes lane-change assist and other capabilities.
The small crossover will also be upgraded with the Navigator's 13.2-inch centre touchscreen, as well as a 12.3-inch LCD cluster. Outside, it will be the first nameplate to wear the latest iteration of the brand's mesh grille.
Canadian sales of the Corsair have totalled 1,274 through August this year. It was Lincoln's top-selling nameplate last year and is expected to be again in 2022.