November 29, 2016 by Tycho de Feijter
The new Lincoln Continental has been launched on the Chinese car market. China is only the third country in the world to get the new Lincoln flagship after the United States and Canada, underscoring the vital importance of China for the Lincoln brand.
Sales are on the up even without the Continental. In the third quarter of this year Lincoln sold 20,988 cars in China, plus 191% compared with the same period in 2016. Lincoln is getting very close to Infiniti which sold 29,000 cars in Q3. They are catching up with Cadillac (77,028), but still very far away from Audi (440,023), BMW (371,976) and Mercedes-Benz (344,791).
November 10, 2016 by Joey Wang
The Lincoln Continental will finally launch on the Chinese car market on November 28. Originally it was scheduled to launch in September, what caused the delay is unknown. Price of the Continental will start at 420.000 yuan or $62.000. The Continental will be imported into China, there are no plans for local production.
April 29, 2016 by Joey Wang
Lincoln took the final production version of the much hyped 2017 Continental to the Beijing Auto Show. Lincoln expects China to be the second-largest marker worldwide for the new sled, after the United States. The Lincoln Continental will hit the Chinese car market in July, price will start around 400.000 and end around 600.000 yuan ($62.000 – 70.900).
April 18, 2016 by Tycho de Feijter
Spectacular Spy Shots showing the final production version of the new 2017 Lincoln Continental naked inside and out in China. The black car on the photos is the top-spec ‘Presidential’ version. The Continental will have its public debut on the Beijing Auto Show later this month.