Lincoln Concept-C 2010

      Lincoln Concept-C 2010 TopClass View
    Lincoln C Concept has been premiered at the Detroit Auto Show. Powered by a 1.6-liter EcoBoost engine coupled with Ford’s dry and dual-clutch PowerShift six-speed transmission, Lincoln C Concept may develops 180 horsepower and 180 ft.-lbs. of torque. Lincoln C Concept is the company’s newest “big idea” for a small luxury car which is able to offer a 43 mpg fuel economy on the highway.

    Lincoln C Concept also features an In-Car Companion, called EVA. EVA is a life-like avatar that connects the driver to the vehicle. Lincoln C Concept showcases a human machine interface (HMI) and in-car connectivity technologies that aim to facilitate social networking. Lincoln is breaking new ground with the Lincoln C concept, a new big idea for a small luxury car.

    Designed with today’s upscale, urban consumer in mind, the Lincoln C concept brings the presence and elegance of a large Lincoln to a smaller, more efficient C-sized car. “Modern luxury buyers who live and work in large, urban areas want to play their part in helping the environment by moving to a smaller vehicle, but they still want to enjoy the luxuries of life,” said Peter Horbury, executive director of Design, The Americas. “The Lincoln C offers sensible indulgence.”

    According to Horbury, younger contemporary consumers with slim iPods and pocket-sized cameras have already grown accustomed to the notion of premium quality in a small package. “During the past decade, people have gotten used to the idea that you could pay more money for a smaller version of the real thing,” said Horbury, citing the evolution of music players from tapes to CDs to MP3 players as an example.

    “The same philosophy can be applied to the automobile,” he added. “People will be happy to buy a smaller car that is better for the environment and more maneuverable in the city as long as the vehicle has all the attributes they want.” The concept’s unique size, lightweight construction and use of sustainable materials make the Lincoln C stand out – along with its fuel economy.

    Featuring a 1.6-liter EcoBoost engine and Ford’s all-new dry, dual-clutch PowerShift six-speed transmission, the Lincoln C concept achieves 43 mpg on the highway, while offering up an impressive 180 horsepower and 180 ft.-lbs. of torque. PowerShift and outstanding driving dynamics make the Lincoln C concept fun for the driver.
      Lincoln Concept-C 2010 Fast Track View
      Lincoln Concept-C 2010 Open Doors
      Lincoln Concept-C 2010 Nice Look
      Lincoln Concept-C 2010 Nice Look
      Lincoln Concept-C 2010 Side View
       Lincoln Concept-C 2010 Open Doors
      Lincoln Concept-C 2010 Front View
      Lincoln Concept-C 2010 Front View
      Lincoln Concept-C 2010 Track View
      Lincoln Concept-C 2010 Interior Seats
     Lincoln Concept-C 2010 TopClass View

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