Re: Continental Concept @ South Florida International Auto Show & more
The Concept is also a complete work of fiction, none of the production car is actually in there so they lowered the roof, lengthened and widened the wheelbase, which creates an illusion of a longer, lower, and wider car than production. That's how most concepts based on production cars work, they change proportions and surfacing details but stay true to the core design. The idea is to generate attention and energy around a car's design which they wouldn't be able to do based on the production car alone. Lincoln has been successful with this formula so far and expect it to continue.
The most recent Lincoln sedan to go that route was the Zephyr, that didn't end well. Lincoln needs a damned home run, not a bunch more doubles.