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Though the car pictured is officially the “MKC Concept“, sources at Ford say the production car, most likely coming to dealerships by the end of 2013 as a 2014 model, will stay remarkably true to this attractive concept luxury model. Though the MKC shares some engineering with the new-for-2013 Ford Escape, Lincoln has done an admirable job of giving this car a distinct character. No longer does it look like a gussied-up Ford, rather an inviting, luxurious and bright small people-mover we wouldn’t mind living with on a daily basis.
On the exterior, the new MKC provides the latest Lincoln Design DNA for the costumer. This concept is defined by a line of simple, yet powerful and aggressive design, which not only makes it look sporty and powerful, but also elegant and slim. In the full-width taillight design that reveals liftgate with side-view Cutline a first Lincoln.
Another important design element is the frameless windows, the signature split-wing grille and, of course, fixed panoramic roof which runs the length of the vehicle. MKC new concept features white metallic tri-coat exterior colors and a cream-based SUV sits on a set of 20-inch premium wheels.
The most impressive features of the concept are those full-width taillights that reveal a liftgate design with a side-view cutline – a Lincoln first. Other significant design elements are the frameless windows, the signature split-wing grille and, of course, the fixed panoramic roof that runs the length of the vehicle.
The new MKC Concept features a cream-based white metallic tri-coat exterior color and the SUV sits on a set of 20-inch premium wheels.
On the interior, the MKC provides space for four passengers and once again will feature elements that we have seen in the MKZ. These elements include push-button gear shift selector is different, and the flowing, expressive and architecture of the center console.
The concept is equipped with unique colors and materials, such as premium leather that has been used for the front and rear seats. A Lincoln Star logo has been placed on the seats and floor mats also. Steering wheel, instrument panel and upper door panels are infused with metallic flakes, while the upper door trim, armrests, bolsters, side rails console, instrument panel and cargo area has been covered in smooth leather.
These elements include a distinct push-button gear shift selector, and a flowing, expressive and architectural center console. The concept comes with unique colors and materials, like premium leather that has been used for the front and rear seats. A Lincoln Star logo has been placed on the seats and the floor mats as well.
The steering wheel, upper instrument panel and door panels are infused with a metallic flake, while the door trim uppers, armrests, bolsters, console side rails, instrument panel and cargo area have been wrapped in smooth leather.
The MKC should debut before the end of the year before going on sale in early 2014. Pricing should start at around $32,500 when the MKC hits dealerships.
The production version of the Lincoln MKC concept, if it ever gets produced, will target models from the small luxury utility segment: Buick Encore and BMW X1. In the U.S. market, the 2013 Encore comes with a new Ecotec 1.4-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine that delivers a total of 140 horsepower and a peak torque of 148 pound-feet, and we expect a similar output from a production version MKC. The BMW X1 is offered with a choice of three engines, with the most powerful one delivering up to 300 horsepower.