On the first press preview day on January 14th, 2013 at North American International Auto Show[NAIAS] 2013, live from Detroit, the much awaited debut of the luxury CUV concept - the Lincoln MKC Concept - is all gone live at Lincoln Press Conference with full rejoice. The MKC concept was revealed just two days back and it was showing the best combination of technology and modern design in compact luxury model and that's what next generation of customer is now going for. In the Lincoln press conference, the MKC Concept is said to have - "strong role that small utility luxury vehicle will play in Lincoln reinvented lineup and it underscored the importance of personalized experience and engagement extended beyond the dealership to the inside of the vehicle itself". The Lincoln MKZ has become the inspired DNA of MKC concept and in the press conference is described as " love to drive model with most delight driving feel that no other Lincoln model has before" and it is just launch for the sale recently.
In the first reveal of MKC before the NAIAS, the concept model is said to be the next generation model and will be featured with ‘Lincoln Experiences’ – which reflects many unique features loaded in the new MKC Concept like distinctive powertrains with maximum load capability, customized lighting, push-button transmission system, customized functions with ride control programming. It has also additional sportier and luxury option in the interior and exterior design.
The press preview at the NAIAS 2013 is going to open from January, 14th to 15th. While the Industry Preview will open from January, 16th to 17th and the Charity Preview on January, 18th. Finally the NAIAS 2013 for public show will start from January, 19th to 27th and more than 500 vehicles will be showcased on this day for public audience.
Photo Gallery of Lincoln MKC Concept live at Detroit Auto Show 2013
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Video Gallery of Lincoln MKC Concept live at Detroit Auto Show 2013
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