2023 Lincoln Corsair debuts with ADS and new nose

The 2023 Lincoln Corsair gets a new look and more tech. Early 2023 brings the updated crossover.

The most significant upgrades to the 2023 Corsair are on the inside. Instead of an 8.0-inch screen in the dashboard, there's a 13.2-inch one. It supports the automaker's Sync 4 software. 12.3-inch digital gauges remain.

Lower instrument cluster tweaks. It receives a revised, simplified layout, and there's an available backlit applique there.

When customers order Equipment Collection III, the 2023 Corsair comes with ActiveGlide 1.2. It can keep a car in lane at 80 mph (129 kilometers per hour). 

Automatic lane changes can be made by tapping the turn signal stalk. When near other vehicles, the system swerves to create space. Blind spot assist nudges the steering if the driver ignores a blind spot warning.

Auto Air Refresh is a new option. Laser sensors mix outside and inside air.

The Corsair has two new cabin colors. Beet-colored Smoked Truffle. Eternal Red is crimson.

Corsair's updated grille is bigger. The Reserve has a gloss black interior, but the Grand Touring is "sundown satin metallic."

Crystal Red and Whisper Blue are new exterior colors.

The 2023 Corsair has a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder with 250 hp or a 2.5-liter plug-in hybrid with 266 hp (198 kW). No longer available: 2.3-liter turbo four-cylinder. Front- or all-wheel-drive is available depending on trim and powertrain.