Lincoln Reviews

Lincoln Says “Touch Me”

If Lincoln gets your attention, pressing buttons may soon be a relic of the last decade. Taking iPhone-like technology to the automotive console, MyLincoln Touch allows you to engage your car like you’ve never imagined before. Forget about buttons, just wave your hand and flick your wrist – two motions that should come easily to big queens who want to command their cars like kings. [...]

Top 5 From the Detroit Auto Show

I attended the 2010 North American International Auto Show (a.k.a. The Detroit Auto Show) earlier this week as a guest of General Motors. As always it is great to start off a new year with my “other family” of journalists, PR pros and automotive executives at what I call the mother church of the auto industry – Detroit. As usual, we choose the Top 5 new vehicle introductions from gay-friendly companies. My picks for this year are the 2011 Lincoln MKX, the 2011 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet, the 2011 Cadillac CTS-V Coupe, the 2011 Ford Focus and the 2011 Honda CR-Z. [...]

2010 Lincoln MKT and MKZ – First Drives

Thursday, June 25, 2009 – I’ll be driving the new 2010 Lincoln MKZ sedan as well as the all-new 2010 Lincoln MKT Crossover today and will be using Twitter to update the site with my driving impressions. The action should start around 9 AM EST. You can check in here during the day to read all the tweets below or you can follow me on Twitter HERE and read as I post. [...]

Six Automakers Score 100 with HRC

9/2/2008 – The Human Rights Campaign Foundation just released its 2009 Corporate Equality Index (CEI) and 6 of the 259 major U.S. businesses that scored a top rating of 100 percent are automotive manufacturers. Listed in alphabetical order they are: Chrysler, Ford, GM, Subaru, Toyota and VW. Subaru, in concert with their long-standing support of the LGBT community, is not surprising. Some might be taken back by the other companies on the list as well as those that didn’t achieve a perfect score. [...]

A Car for Every Gay Stage

The automobile industry spends millions of dollars researching the average consumer’s needs during various life stages. Depending on our age and position in life, our cars say a lot about us, our desires and the image we wish to project. Of course, we of the homosexual persuasion have a slightly different set of needs and paths than our straight counterparts. [...]