Lincoln to Go Fully Electric By 2030, First EV in a Year

Lincoln to be Electric by 2030 - West Point Lincoln - Houston, TX

Lincoln is committed to an electrified future, announcing its plan to electrify its entire portfolio of vehicles by 2030. As the automaker celebrates its 100th anniversary next year, it will also debut its first fully electric Lincoln vehicle, the first in a full lineup of EVs.

The holistic approach to electrification will help Lincoln deliver a smooth yet exhilarating experience towards the Quiet Flight design philosophy. This transformation will also help the luxury automaker accelerate growth in North America and Canada.

Lincoln plans to deliver four new fully electric vehicles, which will join the plug-in hybrid Lincoln Aviator and Lincoln Corsair SUVs in the current lineup. With the company’s new rear-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive battery electric flexible architecture, Lincoln can start the transition towards electrification.

The first fully electric Lincoln will combine modern aesthetics with a rejuvenating interior space. Constellation, Lincoln’s new digital design language, will also give Lincoln customers an immersive experience with exclusive themes that showcase the night sky.

Next-generation technology and an enhanced suite of connected services will help Lincoln drivers feel closer to Lincoln vehicles and create a relationship that will improve the driver experience. From the introduction of Lincoln ActiveGlide® hands-free highway driving technology to continuous improvements to the Lincoln Enhance platform, the advancement of connected features will help Lincoln take electrification to the next step.

Be part of the electrified automotive future by joining the Lincoln family at West Point Lincoln in Houston, Texas.

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