In a recent press release, Lincoln is bragging about how their interior cabins are among the quietest out there.

In a recent press release, Lincoln is bragging about how their interior cabins are among the quietest out there.

Lincoln is about to get massively revised as a result of an upcoming $5 billion investment but they say that even their current cars offer a high level of comfort thanks to numerous noise-reducing features which have enabled Ford's premium marque to sell "among the quietest cars on the road."

Some of the technologies implemented to back up this bold statement include sound-absorbing interior trim panels as well as noise-reducing material in the pillars, trim panels and carpets. In addition, Lincoln cars benefit from acoustic and aero-designed mirrors which control the airflow across the side to lower cabin noise while the enhanced sealing below the door diminish the cabin noises even further.

Noise levels during highway driving are reduced thanks to acoustic-laminate windshield and front side glass and there are also specifically designed tires lowering road-induced low-frequency rumble. Other similar characteristics of Lincoln cars include SYNC's "Do Not Disturb" feature blocking incoming phone calls & text messages, upgraded engine mounts and an active noise control system using speakers and microphones to analyze and capture sounds to generate inverted sound waves as a method to cancel out unwanted noise.

A more detailed description is available in the press release below.

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