DETROIT — Ford Motor is expanding the availability of its hands-free highway driving system to Lincoln’s entry-level Corsair crossover, as the automaker broadens the technology to lower-priced vehicles.
The 2023 Corsair will be the sixth vehicle in Ford’s lineup to offer the system and only the second Lincoln model, following the brand’s flagship Navigator SUV. With the expansion of the system — branded as ActiveGlide for Lincoln and BlueCruise for Ford — the Corsair will be the lowest-priced vehicle in the company to offer the technology.
The Corsair will be priced starting at roughly $40,000 to $55,000, which includes a plug-in hybrid electric model. Ordering for the crossover is open now, with vehicles expected to arrive in U.S. showrooms in early 2023.
Ford’s electric Mustang Mach-E currently offers the technology and starts at about $50,000, including the option. The Corsair will offer the system on all three of the vehicle’s trims, company officials said.
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