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Aviator with Coach doors? The first crossover with Coach Doors..... sounds good.
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Oh! I completly forgot the Rolls Royce Cullinan!



Well... be the second is not bad at all...



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If the Nautilus redesign or Aviator refresh have coach doors, that would seriously put Lincoln over the top. I genuinely feel like the coach doors on the special edition Conti were a test for the entire brand. So much potential.

If anything, at least make it a Reserve and/or Black Label exclusive across the line.
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I'd also love for them to figure out how to implement unique door handles into the rest of their models besides the Continental as well. I know the high beltline of the SUVs makes it awkward, but would be great to see something sleek.

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If the Nautilus redesign or Aviator refresh have coach doors, that would seriously put Lincoln over the top. I genuinely feel like the coach doors on the special edition Conti were a test for the entire brand. So much potential.

If anything, at least make it a Reserve and/or Black Label exclusive across the line.
I doubt we'll see them show up on an Aviator refresh.

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I'd also love for them to figure out how to implement unique door handles into the rest of their models besides the Continental as well. I know the high beltline of the SUVs makes it awkward, but would be great to see something sleek.
Agreed, but it's hard with the crossovers as you said. Aviator's handles do function the same way, though - they're fixed, and you pull a release behind the handle.

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Could Lincoln perhaps benefit from an extended wheelbase coach door variant of every model? I know China would appreciate such a lineup, and with limited release in the US this could give Lincoln a very notable purchase benefit.
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