The Lincoln Continental is offered with a choice of three powerful V6 engines. The base engine is a 3.7L V6 making 305 hp, all-wheel drive is optional. A 2.7L turbocharged V6 makes 335 hp and though horsepower only jumps by about 30 over the 3.7L, the 2.7L's torque is an astonishing 380 lb-feet. The top of the line engine is a 3.0L twin-turbocharged V6, making an even 400 hp; while still making more torque than any other engine in the lineup. Opting for the most powerful engine also adds on all-wheel drive, with the only transmission option being a 6-speed automatic. Several equipment groups are available with the Continental. Models sold with the 3.7L engine come with either 100A or 200A equipment packages while 2.7L Models are sold in either 200A or 300A trim. Continentals optioned with the 3.0L V6 are only available with 300A equipment package. Standard equipment on the 100A package includes 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, and MyLincoln Mobile App. Standard exterior items include 18-inch aluminum wheels, LED tail lamps and integrated blind spot mirrors. The 200A 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. The 300A equipment level includes heated and cooled front seats, a blind spot information system and power folding rear head restraints. Lots of options are available on the Continental, including stylish 19 or 20-inch wheels, a twin-panel moonroof, an active parking assist system, adaptive cruise control, heated rear seats, a heated steering wheel, a 30-way adjustable driver's seat, a Revel premium sound system and LED headlamps. Of course, being a Continental a rear-seat package with reclining, heated and cooled rear seats is also available.