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  Lincoln Mk 9 Concept
 

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Country of origin:United States
Produced in:2001
Introduced at:2001 New York Auto Show
Source:Company press release
Last updated:Before December 1st, 2004
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Click here to download printer friendly versionAt the 2001 New York Motorshow Lincoln showed this Mk 9 Concept. Intrinsic details of the MK 9's exterior, such as the chrome-accented upper shoulder line that runs the length of the vehicle, are applied with absolute precision. Gloss black paint highlights the superb execution of the body surfaces. The face of the MK 9 incorporates an evolution of a Lincoln signature grille flanked by twin xenon gas discharge headlamps. The turn signal indicators are integrated into each lamp unit.

Intrinsic details of the MK 9's exterior, such as the chrome-accented upper shoulder line that runs the length of the vehicle, are applied with absolute precision. Gloss black paint highlights the superb execution of the body surfaces. The face of the MK 9 incorporates an evolution of a Lincoln signature grille flanked by twin xenon gas discharge headlamps. The turn signal indicators are integrated into each lamp unit.

Inside the MK 9, a combination of Dark Cherry Red and Marlboro Red leathers with accents of polished metal create a luxurious lounge environment. Dark Cherry saddle leather is used for the flooring, and white leather is used for the headliner. The front seats - which are cantilevered off the center console to improve passenger foot space - take their design influence from the Eames Lounge Chair, a mid-20th Century American classic, which was designed for comfort.

The MK9's controls are a combination of advanced digital and analog interfaces. Navigation and telematics information is displayed on a reconfigurable screen in the center console that is operated by retractable controls that sit flush when not in use. The transmission selection is by an electronic, column-mounted paddle shifter. The center and roof consoles have dimmable electro-luminescent light panels behind translucent metallic surfaces. Individual spotlights mounted in the headliner use fiber-optic technology.

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