Lincoln Is Planning to Have an All-Electric Lineup by 2030

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Lincoln has nearly 100 years of experience in the automotive industry, so it knows that change is inevitable and often the catalyst for exciting, beneficial updates. One update that Lincoln is committing to is an all-electric lineup of vehicles by the year 2030. The first fully electric Lincoln vehicle will debut next year, with many more to follow.

“As we accelerate Lincoln’s transformation in North America and China, there is no better time to propel the Lincoln brand forward with electrification,” said Joy Falotico, president of Lincoln. “Our world-class vehicles, effortless services, and advanced connected technology will allow us to create an always-on relationship with [our customers] and help transform the Lincoln brand for the future.”

Drawing inspiration from aviation, the concept of “Quiet Flight DNA” will continue with the models that Lincoln produces throughout the decade. A sampling of this was showcased at Auto Shanghai earlier this year when the Lincoln Zephyr Reflection concept debuted. The futuristic model featured a dynamic exterior design and an elegant interior to match.

Aligning with its electrified future, Lincoln will also update the Lincoln Way™ app to add even more personalized experiences within its all-electric vehicles. To learn more about this app or what’s to come with Lincoln in the future, contact our team at Downtown Lincoln in Toronto, Ontario.

The Coolest New Features You’ll Find in the 2021 Lincoln Nautilus

2021 Lincoln Nautilus in Toronto, Ontario

For the ultimate in luxury, look no further than the 2021 Lincoln Nautilus. Inside this SUV, you’ll be surrounded by all the latest amenities and cutting-edge technologies to make your travels as comfortable and connected as possible. Here are three of the coolest new features you’ll find in the Nautilus.

SYNC® 4

The SYNC® 4 infotainment system takes keeping connected to an entirely new level. Via a 13.2-inch LCD touch screen, you can access audio, navigation, and more. Better yet, this infotainment system gives you all-new cloud connectivity and uses conversational voice recognition to give you easy control.

Phone As A Key

Say goodbye to the hassle of fumbling for your keys every time you want to get into your vehicle. The Phone As A Key feature allows you to — you guessed it — use your phone as your key. This feature, which is available through the Lincoln Way™ App, connects your smartphone through Bluetooth®, allowing you to use it as you would a traditional key fob to lock, unlock, and start your Nautilus.

Ultra Comfort Front Seats with Active Motion® Massage

Stuck in traffic and want to unwind? The Nautilus has your back with its available Ultra Comfort Front Seats with Active Motion® massage. These seats allow you to find your perfect seating position with ease, thanks to power thigh extenders and 11 independent air cushions, seven of which offer massage. With these seats, you can get a massage or simply bask in comfort as you drive.  

Check out these features for yourself when you test-drive the new Nautilus here at Downtown Lincoln in Toronto.

Don’t Forget to Go to These Toronto Fall Festivals

Toronto Fall Festivals - Toronto, ON

At Downtown Lincoln, we love how Toronto is a city full of activities to enjoy throughout the year. Luckily, this fall is no exception. Make sure you head to one of these many Toronto fall festivals and see just what our wonderful city has to offer.

JFL42

Give your funny bone a workout with JFL42. This comedy festival offers 10 days of shows from some of the world’s most well-known comedians. Catch headliners like Carol Burnett; John Mulaney and Pete Davidson; Jonathan Van Ness of “Queer Eye”; and Marc Maron. Along with these main acts, you can catch 42 other comedians who are ready to make you laugh. This festival will take place Sept. 19-22 at various venues throughout Toronto.

Oktoberfest

Get in touch with your inner German (even if you don’t have German heritage) with Toronto’s Oktoberfest. This festival brings a bit of Munich to Toronto, offering delicious German cuisine, plenty of beer — including ERDINGER’s Oktoberfest Brew, which was flown in from Germany specifically for this event — and traditional Bavarian dancers. There will even be polka bands, so dress up in your lederhosen and dirndls and join us Sept. 26-28 at Ontario Place. 

Toronto International Festival of Authors

Take part in one of the largest literary festivals in the world at the Toronto International Festival of Authors (TIFA). TIFA is celebrating its 40th year, bringing together some of the world’s best writers for interviews, lectures, round-table discussions, and book signings. So, head to the Harbourfront Centre from Oct. 24 to Nov. 3 for a chance to meet some of your favourite authors.