But it won't be available for very long.
For the 2019 model year, Lincoln launched a special Coach Door Edition of the Continental to celebrate the company's 80th anniversary. Limited to just 80 units and based on the range-topping Continental Black Label, the limited-edition model featured suicide doors as a homage to classic Continentals from the 1960s.
Despite the high asking price, the 2019 Lincoln Continental Coach Door Edition sold out very fast. If you missed out last time, we have good news for you because Lincoln has announced it's putting the Continental Coach Door Edition back into production for the 2020 model year. And this time, it's being produced in greater numbers.
Lincoln has just opened the order books for the 2020 Continental Coach Door Edition, but you better act fast if you're hoping to buy one because they will only be on sale until the end of the month. While the Lincoln Continental Black Label will set you back at least $65,415, the 2020 Continental Coach Door Edition costs nearly double that, starting at an eye-watering $115,470 plus destination and delivery charges.
Compared to the standard Continental, the Coach Door Edition's wheelbase has been stretched by six inches to accommodate the new suicide doors, resulting in increased legroom for rear passengers. Inside, there's also a unique door plaque displaying the car's production number and a pass-through console that incorporates a stowable tray table with a tablet holder and a wireless charging pad. Under the hood is a 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged V6 that produces 400 hp and 400 lb-ft of torque.
Exterior colors include Infinite Black, Pristine While Metallic, and Chroma Crystal Blue. An optional Monochromatic Package is available with Infinite Black and Pristine White. Production of the 2020 Lincoln Continental Coach Door Edition will be limited to 150 units, with first customer deliveries starting in spring 2020.