Corsair will match a 2.5-liter, 4-cylinder gas engine with permanent magnet synchronous engine to produce an estimated 266 horsepower. However, the drivetrain is further designed to provide performance improvements rather than independently pushing the SUV into the gas engine. While running the Corsair GT only electrically, drivers should expect a range of approximately 25 miles. Still, it's good enough to put a few jobs into town, without having to burn any fuel. Under normal driving conditions, the electric motor provides power to the rear wheels, but in adverse driving conditions it can be switched to AWD, such as trying to overcome snow berms.
In addition to the five standard driving modes of Corsair (Normal, Protect, Protect, Excite, Slippery and Deep Conditions), in addition to the upcoming hybrid, a Pure EV option that makes exactly what it looks like, and EV Up to 75 percent of the vehicle's electrical goods while driving. It will also offer a Level 1 / Level 2 wall charge. A regular 110V socket will fully charge the vehicle's batteries in about 10 hours. Attaching it to Level 2 reduces the time of the 240V charger from 3 to 4 hours.
And since no physical consumer product can be found without an accompanying application at this day and age, Corsair GT has a companion application. Using their phone, drivers can turn on and start the SUV, save and reset seat and climate control settings automatically. The Corsair will also have a host of driver aids such as collision warnings, lane retention and blind spot detection. Lincoln doesn't share prices or MPG estimates yet, but stay tuned this week as Engadget brings you the highlights of the entire convention hall at the 2020 LA Auto Show.