Plug-in Hybrid Help

Lincoln Grand Touring plug-in hybrid vehicles blend the power of gas and electricity for an exhilarating ride. Discover everything you need to make owning a Lincoln Grand Touring vehicle as effortless as possible.


In addition to the five standard drive modes, Lincoln Grand Touring models offer two helpful modes to maximize your total driving range. Pure EV offers a quiet all-electric drive. Preserve EV recharges and saves battery power for a later time.

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Charging At Home

The purchase or lease of a Lincoln Grand Touring vehicle includes a portable dual-voltage charging cord. With this cord, Level 1 charging at home is as simple as plugging into a 120-volt outlet. With the included 240V adapter, faster Level 2 charging can be achieved with a dedicated 240-volt outlet. Visit to find Level 2 installation services in your area.

Charging Away From Home

Whether you’re headed to a familiar place or some place new, you can travel with confidence knowing that you have charging options at your disposal. With the portable dual-voltage charging cord, you can charge your Grand Touring vehicle using any compatible outlet. For longer trips, the Lincoln Way™ App can help with locating third-party charging stations along your route. Plus, your portable cord enables you to charge virtually anywhere you can find a compatible outlet.

Lincoln Grand Touring Helpful Hints

Our Grand Touring technology has been developed to be effortless to use. With new technologies, there is often a learning curve. Use the link below to discover tips that can help you extend your range, improve charging times and more.

Lincoln Way App and Grand Touring

Staying connected and in the know with your Lincoln Grand Touring is as simple as using the Lincoln Way App on your smartphone. With the app, you can remotely find public charging stations, check your battery status, set charge times and cabin preconditioning and more.


Did you know that there are many local, state and federal tax incentives for purchasing a plug-in hybrid electric vehicle? The U.S. Department of Energy’s website is a very helpful tool. Be sure to consult a tax professional to better understand all incentives and how they may impact you.


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