DETROIT, Jan. 9-The Lincoln MKS (Mark S) concept sedan was introduced Monday during Lincoln Mercury’s media event at the 2006 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit.
With an exterior that includes Lincoln’s trademark waterfall grille and 20-inch tires, the largest ever on a Lincoln sedan, the MKS combines a new all-aluminum 4.4-liter V-8 engine (315 horsepower) with a six-speed transmission.
Inside, MKS features heated and cooled seats with 14-way power adjustments, the panoramic Vista Roof and a variety of entertainment and convenience features including an advanced navigation system, Bluetooth and DVD-audio surround sound.
2005 Lincoln MKS Concept – sold for $28,600. Introduced at the 2006 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, the Lincoln MKS concept strongly hinted at the design direction for the upcoming flagship sedan, launched for 2009. The expressive design was defined by sculpted fluid surfaces, conveying an athletic nature and performance.
This vehicle runs and drives, but the air-ride suspension is manual only. It is not DOT or EPA certified, cannot be registered for highway use in the United States, and is offered on bill of sale only. Auction Source: RM Auctions’ 2010 Sports & Classics of Monterey