2013 Lincoln MKC Concept in Detroit review and pictures

Posted on Monday, 14 January 2013 , 20:01:03 byVeronica

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Lincoln MKC Concept in Detroit

At the Detroit Motor Show that will start this week, Lincoln carmaker will offer a new model, an upcoming crossover scheduled to be launched sometime in 2014. With no further ado, we present the new Lincoln MKC Concept, a model that has as base the platform used for the Ford Kuga / Escape.

This current model and probably the future ones will feature a variety of very special elements. For example, we will mention the push-button transmission engagement, programmable ride control, very different and unique power trains, customized lighting and a lot of other specially made functions that are unique for each client. Lincoln engineers will provide a lot of other elements that will contribute in a positive way to the transformation process of the new Lincoln MKC Concept. Here we have to mention the bespoke interior and exterior design appointments.

The exterior underlines a great shape and the model sits on very beautiful wheels. It has sleek, sculpted body and the wheel arches are elegant. At a first look, these seem to be very simple, but at the same time they reveal its dynamic character. Thanks to a lift-gate design the model got rear-view appearance highlights. The teams have worked together and managed to obtain a great result with incredible appearance and maximum load capacity as well. The new Lincoln MKC Concept also features a large fixed panoramic roof and to transfer the output to the road, the model was equipped with 20-inch premium wheels with polished chrome rims.

On the inside there is room for four adult passengers and the high-end bespoke design, materials and execution offer an incredible feel. The seats feature premium leather and include a special and unique embroidered Lincoln Star and crimson stitch accents. The door trim uppers, armrests, bolsters, console side rails, instrument panel and cargo area are also covered in leather.