Lincoln sold out of limited edition $110K Continentals in 48 hours

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Lincoln celebrating 80th anniversary of the Continental

Lincoln President Joy Falotico on the 80th Anniversary edition of the Lincoln Continental.

Ford-owned Lincoln sold out of its 80th anniversary special edition Continental model within 48 hours.

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The company only manufactured 80 revamped models of its flagship sedan – officially called 80th Anniversary Lincoln Continental Coach Door Edition – an homage to the 1939 original with iconic center-opening “suicide” doors.


The price tag for one of the vehicles was more than $110,000 00 – making it the most expensive Lincoln ever sold. All 80 were sold on a first-come, first-serve basis.

It’s powered by a twin-turbo 3.0-liter V6 with 400 horsepower and a torque-vectoring all-wheel-drive system.

“This is the perfect example of form and function,” Lincoln President Joy Falotico told FOX Business’ Maria Bartiromo during an interview last month. “It has everything that a modern-day luxury buyer would need in their vehicle.”

After the success of this year’s launch, the brand expects to release a 2020 version of the car as well.

The 2019 Lincoln Continental 80th Anniversary Coach Door Edition with its iconic center-opening doors.


Here are some of the cool things of the 2019 Lincoln Continental Coach Door Edition:

  • Suicide doors: Expansive E-Latch doors open effortlessly with just a touch of a button
  • Most rear legroom of any vehicle in the industry, expanded six inches
  • Extended console with extra smartphone ports
  • Drivetrain: 400 horsepower, twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V-6; six-speed automatic transmission; standard torque-vectoring all-wheel drive
  • Safety features: Driver-assist technology with blind-spot support, adaptive cruise control and pre-collision warning assistance with automotive emergency breaking
  • ETA: Hits dealers June 2019, limited to 80

An earlier version of this story was published on Jan. 17, 2019.

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