LINCOLN HYBRID ELECTRIC VEHICLES

Lincoln Grand Touring — offering smooth and advanced performance.

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CHOOSE YOUR PLUG-IN HYBRID LINCOLN

The 2023 Lincoln Aviator® Grand Touring model is shown.

LINCOLN AVIATOR® GRAND TOURING SUV

Take flight with the powerful 2023 Lincoln Aviator Grand Touring plug-in hybrid2, a three-row SUV featuring a electric motor paired with a twin-turbocharged engine capable of producing 494 horsepower3 and 630 lb.-ft. of torque.3

The 2023 Lincoln Corsair® Grand Touring model is shown.

LINCOLN CORSAIR® GRAND TOURING SUV

Nimble, versatile and a joy to drive. The 2022 Lincoln Corsair Grand Touring plug-in hybrid2 is a premium compact SUV offering a whisper-quiet cabin. Featuring a paired electric and gas powertrain. Additionally, the Corsair Grand Touring with Intelligent all-wheel drive offers effortless acceleration and performance.

2 Available at Lincoln EV-certified retailers only.
4 Calculated via combined performance of the engine and electric motor(s) with peak battery power. The calculations utilize SAE J1349® engine results and Ford electric motor dyno testing. Your results may vary. Horsepower and torque ratings are independent attributes and may not be achieved simultaneously.

BENEFITS OF PLUG-IN HYBRID VEHICLES

HEIGHTENED POWER

The 2023 Lincoln Aviator Grand Touring Plug-in Hybrid1 model combines a twin-turbocharged 3.0L V6 gas engine with a chargeable electric powertrain to produce a combined 494 horsepower and 630 lb.-ft. of torque.2

1Available at Lincoln EV-certified retailers only.
2Calculated via combined performance of the engine and electric motor(s) with peak battery power. The calculations utilize SAE J1349® engine results and Ford electric motor dyno testing. Your results may vary. Horsepower and torque ratings are independent attributes and may not be achieved simultaneously.

THE POWER OF YOUR CHOOSING

Two additional drive modes in the Lincoln Grand Touring models let you choose how best to use your vehicle's electric power. Select the Preserve EV drive mode for full-hybrid performance using both engine and electric motor or Pure EV for electric-only driving. Both modes provide a smooth driving experience on city streets and highways.

CONVENIENT CHARGING

An electric charger is shown plugged into the port of a Lincoln Aviator® Grand Touring vehicle.

CHARGING AT HOME

Lincoln plug-in hybrid electric vehicles come with a mobile power cord capable of providing a full charge at up to 240V in less than four hours.* An intuitive light ring on the charge port shows you the charge status at a glance. Don't have a dedicated 240V outlet at home? Contact a professional licensed electrician for installation and begin charging faster and cut your charging time by more than half.

A hand is shown plugging a charger into the charging port of a 2023 Lincoln Aviator® Plug-inHybrid model.

CHARGING STATIONS

In addition to at home, your electric battery can be charged at thousands of public charging stations across the U.S. Plus, you're backed by a gas engine that keeps you moving when plug-in charging isn't an option. Indulge in peace of mind. Lincoln plug-in hybrid electric vehicles are engineered to run on electric battery power, gasoline engine power or a balanced combination of both.

*Charge time based on manufacturer tests. The charging rate decreases as battery reaches full capacity. Your results may vary based on peak charging times, battery state of charge, lithium-ion battery age and state of health.

LINCOLN PLUG-IN HYBRID GALLERY

FAQs

The Lincoln Grand Touring vehicles are the future of luxury performance. These plug-in hybrid electric vehicles combine the power of a gas engine with advanced battery-powered technology to offer an effortless, exhilarating drive. The Lincoln Aviator® Grand Touring model produces 494 horsepower and 630 lb.-ft. of torque* — a level of performance that is, quite literally, the power of sanctuary.

*Calculated via combined performance of the engine and electric motor(s) with peak battery power. The calculations utilize SAE J1349® engine results and Ford electric motor dyno testing. Your results may vary. Horsepower and torque ratings are independent attributes and may not be achieved simultaneously.

Many States do offer incentives for the purchase of lease of a plug-in hybrid electric vehicle.  Visit afdc.energy.gov/laws/recent for more information. 

Yes, many states and local municipalities offer special access and/or reduced tolls for plug-in hybrid electric vehicles. Visit afdc.energy.gov for state-by-state information.

Lincoln plug-in hybrid electric vehicles offer the best of both worlds, combining gas and electric to offer constant, powerful performance. Preserve EV mode allows you to power your vehicle using gas while actively recharging your battery, and Pure EV mode allows you to drive using only electricity, seamlessly engaging your hybrid gas engine should your power demands exceed electric capability.

You can charge at home in as little as three to four hours using your available 240V electric outlet or at thousands of charging stations in the U.S. Have to leave in a hurry? The combination of gas and electric systems means your Lincoln plug-in hybrid electric vehicle is always road-ready.†

†Charge time based on manufacturer tests. The charging rate decreases as battery reaches full capacity. Your results may vary based on peak charging times, battery state of charge, lithium-ion battery age and state of health.

Our standard mobile power cord lets you charge overnight (10–11 hours) using your home’s standard 120V electrical outlets, or you can upgrade your outlets to 240V and recharge in less (3–4 hours).**

**Charge time based on manufacturer tests. The charging rate decreases as battery reaches full capacity. Your results may vary based on peak charging times, battery state of charge, lithium-ion battery age and state of health.

Lincoln plug-in hybrid electric vehicles offer all the advantages of a gas-powered engine with added perks, including fewer trips to the fuel pump, smooth, quiet acceleration and additional drive modes. The purchase of a PHEV may also qualify you to receive additional benefits, including federal income tax credits and access to high-occupancy vehicle lanes.

Both hybrid electric and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles automatically charge while driving (using kinetic energy generated through braking), but only PHEVs can be driven on electric energy alone.