Following on the heels of Porsche and Cadillac, Lincoln has announced that it will introduce a new monthly subscription service in early 2018. Just like Porsche and Cadillac’s subscription services, drivers will be able to pay a monthly fee to have access to a fleet of vehicles.
Lincoln hasn’t announced a specific name for the subscription service, but it will launch a pilot in California. The subscription service will enable clients to select a month-to-month vehicle subscription that includes insurance, maintenance, roadside assistance, and vehicle pickup and delivery. Lincoln hasn’t announced which vehicles will be part of the service, but hopefully the 2019 Nautilus and MKC will be included.
Lincoln has also announced that it is collaborating with CLEAR, which offers a faster way through security at select airports. The collaboration will provide new Lincoln owners with a complimentary CLEAR membership.
Lastly if you prefer to be driven, Lincoln is expanding its Lincoln Personal Driver chauffeur program that gives clients the option to have a driver who can assist with daily errands. Lincoln already had pilots in Miami and San Diego and is now expanding it to Dallas.
Lincoln Personal Driver provides more than personal transportation. Drivers can assist with other tasks such as fueling and washing the vehicle, and can run errands such as picking up dry cleaning while clients are at their engagements.