Lincoln MKZ Concept: Photo Gallery

Lincoln MKZ Concept

Lincoln thinks a fresh new design direction is just what the brand needs to stay relevant in the luxury-car segment; many of the cues Lincoln is thinking of using are represented on on this thinly veiled concept version of the next-generation MKZ.

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Looks like big changes will come to the MKZ's grille, which ditches vertical slats for horizontal ones that help emphasize the car's width.

Clicking on any image below will launch a larger photo gallery; you can browse through them by hitting the right and left arrow keys.

Lincoln MKZ Concept

Lincoln MKZ Concept

Lincoln MKZ Concept

Lincoln MKZ Concept

Lincoln MKZ Concept

Lincoln MKZ Concept

Lincoln MKZ Concept

Lincoln MKZ Concept

Lincoln MKZ Concept

Lincoln MKZ Concept

Lincoln MKZ Concept

Lincoln MKZ Concept

Comments 

Rick

Headlights are a little small for my taste, but overall a very nice concept. I hope they bring some of the styling cues to the production vehicle.

Mitch

It's unfortunate that so many of the design cues that make this prototype special will never see the light of day in a production facility. Prototypes are seldom controlled by cost ...sadly the production version is all about cost!

Khan

The back reminds me of a 300zx for some reason and i like it. headlights are a wee bit too small

charles

Please, please, please Lincoln keep the body style! I know there will be changes with the production version, but don't mess with the body. This really could help Lincoln get some much needed glory back. This car is beautiful.

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