A redesigned MKC is coming for 2020, only it isn't called an MKC as Lincoln has ditched its confusing three-letter naming strategy in favor of proper names that just so happen to feature a nautical theme. In the case of the MKC replacement, Lincoln has selected the Corsair name, and the new compact crossover SUV is a stunner.

Going up against the Corsair is a redesigned Audi Q3, which is being introduced for 2019. The new Q3 has received a sharp new look, increased proportions, and loads of tech in the cabin. It also comes standard with all-wheel drive.

Genesis' concept for this week's 2019 New York International Auto Show is an electric city car dubbed the Mint. The Korean brand is looking to convey the message that premium doesn't always have to mean big and powerful with its latest concept.

You'll find these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.

2020 Lincoln Corsair debuts in New York as the MKC replacement

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