Automotive News’ source for this information is AutoForecast Solutions LLC, an automotive global forecasting company.
“At this point, we’re not sure if it will completely replace the Corsair or if there will be an equivalent gas-powered Corsair. But they would be on two different platforms,” Sam Fiorani, vice-president of AutoForecast Solutions, told Automotive News
The vehicle is currently going by the name of Corsair-E. It’s no surprise to see that it would require a new platform to build. The Corsair is currently riding on the Ford Escape’s
This electric Corsair will be one of many EVs
Ford still isn’t talking about its specific plans with this Canadian plant. Automotive News received the standard, Ford “does not comment on future products” response when it queried the Blue Oval.
In the meantime, anyone wanting their electrified Lincoln Corsair fix can find it in the Corsair Grand Touring PHEV