2017 Lincoln Continental Technology Features - Lincoln Motor Company™ -Luxury Cars - Lincoln.com


What did it take to turn the well-appointed cabin of the Lincoln Continental into your own private concert hall? Quite a bit, actually. Whether it was moving tweeter and midrange speakers closer together to improve sound quality or employing QuantumLogic® Surround Sound technology so you can enjoy a variety of listening modes, no note was left unheard. And thanks to an exclusive collaboration with Revel, you’ll not only hear your music the way it was meant to be heard, you’ll feel it too.
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Head-up display

Head-up display*

By allowing drivers to keep their eyes on the road, the Head-Up Display** helps make responding to the road ahead easier. This contributes to a custom driving experience by letting drivers choose what data to display, from standard driving information to adaptive cruise control settings, lane keeping information and more. The Continental Head-Up Display, with its adjustable viewing position, is the biggest and brightest windshield-projected informational display in its class.† Plus, digital light projection, another industry first for Lincoln, allows the display to be visible in more ambient lighting conditions than systems offered by competitors, even when the driver is wearing polarized sunglasses.


**Don’t drive while distracted. See owner’s manual for details and system limitations.

†Class is Luxury Full-Size Sedans based on Lincoln segmentation.



Dynamic adaptive HID headlamps, standard in the Lincoln Continental, swivel from side to side with the steering wheel. As you turn the steering wheel, the entire beam pattern sweeps across the road in the direction of the turn, helping to illuminate a wider stretch of road. The available adaptive full LED headlamps feature LED reflector elements that are activated and deactivated based on vehicle speed and steering wheel position. At speeds between 0 and 35 mph, the reflectors are slowly activated and deactivated to widen the low-beam pattern to help illuminate pedestrians or other objects that may be on the side of the road. When the steering wheel is moved left or right, the reflectors are slowly activated and deactivated to add more light to the beam pattern in the direction of the turn.
Adaptive LED headlamps shown.


The available 360-degree camera allows you to maneuver in low-speed situations with a complete view of your surroundings.61  Four cameras on the front, rear and sides merge to provide a bird’s-eye view around the vehicle. You’ll be better able to see around corners and down alleys and while backing into tight parking spaces. You can even use the camera located in the vehicle’s grille for a 180-degree splitview to boost visibility in cross-traffic situations.