Lincoln’s 2023 Corsair Adds Next-Gen ActiveGlide 1.2 Driver Assistance System


The 2023 Lincoln Corsair will arrive with ActiveGlide 1.2 hands-free features for speeds up to 80 m.p.h., (128 k.p.h).

“Corsair is artistically crafted and expertly designed to attract younger Lincoln clients and give them the luxury experience they desire,” said Michael Sprague, North America director, Lincoln. “We want the drive experience to be even more effortless and personal and the new Corsair will deliver that with advanced technology and new features.”

The 2023 Corsair is the first vehicle in the segment to get hands-free ADAS features for highway driving. Lincoln ActiveGlide 1.2 introduces new available features to Corsair, including:

  • Lane Change Assist can help drivers move through traffic on the freeway. The system will perform a hands-free lane change when the driver taps the turn signal, and it can even suggest a lane change in slow-moving traffic.
  • Predictive Speed Assistautomatically and smoothly adjusts the speed as drivers approach a sharp curve and will signal the driver ahead of time when a speed change is about to occur.
  • In-Lane Repositioningmakes the hands-free highway driving experience feel more natural, keeping the vehicle in its lane while subtly shifting it away from vehicles in adjacent lanes – especially helpful when next to bigger vehicles.
  • Intersection Assist 2.0helps clients avoid potential collisions with pedestrians while turning. Corsair will also debut Blind Spot Assist, which will alert the driver with a light on the sideview mirror, applying a nudge in the steering system to help caution against an unsafe action in a case where the driver has missed warnings from the Blind Spot Information System. This feature will detect other vehicles and motorcyclists in Corsair’s blind spots.

An enhanced interior places an emphasis on the brand’s horizontal, signature design. The center stack screen will grow to 13.2 inches, and features SYNC4 technology and Lincoln Enhance software updates. The driver’s 12.3-inch LCD cluster will also come standard, with the Lincoln-unique Constellation digital interface.

Corsair will also offer the Alexa Built-in hands-free experience with complimentary connectivity to Alexa for three years.