Corsair will match a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder petrol engine with a permanent magnetic synchronous engine to generate an estimated 266 horsepower. However, the electric powertrain is designed more to give the gasoline engine a performance boost rather than driving the SUV independently. When driving the Corsair GT only electric, drivers should expect around 25 miles range. Still, it's good enough to run some errands around town without having to burn any fuel. Under normal driving conditions, the electric motor supplies power to the rear wheels, although it can be switched to AWD under adverse driving conditions, such as trying to get over snow plows.
In addition to Corsair's five standard driving modes (Normal, Preserve, Excite, Smooth and Deep Conditions) the upcoming hybrid will also offer a pure EV option, which does just as it sounds, and Conserve EV, which lets the system Charge up to 75 percent of your car's electric stores while driving. round. It will also offer level 1
And since apparently no physical consumer product can exist at this time and without a companion app, the Corsair GT has a companion app. Drivers will be able to open and start the SUV using the phone, as well as automatically save and reset seat and climate control settings. Corsair will also have a variety of driver-assisted features, including collision alerts, lanes and blind spot recognition. Lincoln does not share price or MPG estimates yet, but stay tuned this week as Engadget gives you all the highlights of the LA LA Auto Show conference floor in 2020.