The five Lincoln concept models up for sale are the 2001 MK9 coupe; 2004 Aviator SUV; 2005 MKS sedan; 2003 Navicross coupe crossover and last but not least, the Mark X which was a hardtop-convertible proposal for Lincoln's version of the Ford Thunderbird.
2004 Lincoln Mark X Concept
280 bhp, 3.9-liter DOHC V8 engine, five-speed automatic transmission, four-wheel independent coil spring suspension, and four-wheel power anti-lock disc brakes. Wheelbase: 108.8"
- Thunderbird spirit with Lincoln luxury
- Sumptuous cockpit
- Innovative easy-entry doors
2001 Lincoln MK9 Concept
DOHC V8 engine, automatic transmission, four-wheel independent coil spring suspension, and four-wheel power anti-lock disc brakes. Wheelbase: 121.9"
- Timeless elegance born of inherent simplicity
- Striking ergonomic interior
- Heritage styling cues with future concepts
2004 Lincoln Aviator Concept
302 bhp, 4.6 liter DOHC V8 engine, six-speed automatic overdrive transmission, coil spring independent front suspension, multi-link independent rear suspension and four-wheel hydraulic power anti-lock disc brakes. Wheelbase: 113.7"
- First Lincoln crossover sport utility vehicle - Twin-cam V8 engine - Urban sophistication at its best
2005 Lincoln MKS Concept
315 bhp 4.4-liter DOHC V8 engine, six-speed sequential automatic transmission and all-wheel drive, four-wheel independent air-ride suspension, and four-wheel power anti-lock disc brakes. Wheelbase: 114.4"
- Precursor to 2009 MKS flagship sedan - 315 bhp DOHC V8 power - Heated and cooled seats - Advanced navigation system