Four trim levels are available with the Continental: Premiere, Select, Reserve and Black Label. Premiere and Select trims are powered by the 3.7L engine, while the 2.7L powers the Reserve Black Label, though the 3.0L V6 is optional.
Standard equipment on the Continental Premiere includes 18-inch wheels, adaptive HID headlights with LED daytime running lights, heated power mirrors, dual-zone automatic climate control with rear seat vents, a leather-wrapped steering wheel with buttons to control the audio and climate control systems, rear-seat reading lamps, three different power outlets, wood trim, the Lincoln Connect infotainment system with onboard 4G Wi-Fi hotspot and MyLincoln Mobile App. New standard safety technologies include adaptive cruise control and Co-Pilot360, Lincoln's advanced safety suite which provides a rearview camera, blind-spot warning and emergency braking.
The Select equipment level adds, among other things, leather seating surfaces, a hands-free power trunk lid and a trick lighting system that will project the Lincoln logo on the ground when unlocking and approaching the vehicle. Reserve Continentals come with 24-way powered heated and cooled front seats, tri-zone climate control and power-folding rear head restraints. Black Label trims feature rain-sensing wipers, premium LED headlights, Venetian leather seating, plus optional themed interior treatments such as Chalet, Thoroughbred and Rhapsody, which provide color-matched premium leathers, door inserts and headliners with exotic wood inlays.
Options abound on the Continental, including stylish 19- or 20-inch wheels, a twin-panel moonroof, an active parking assist system, heated rear seats, a heated steering wheel, a 30-way adjustable driver's seat, a Revel premium sound system and more. Of course, being a Continental, a rear-seat package with reclining, heating and cooling is also available.