Lincoln Model L100 Concept

Cadillac founder Henry Leland started the Lincoln Motor Company in 1917 to build aircraft engines. When Lincoln went bankrupt in 1922, Ford bought the company, making it the luxury division of Ford for 100 years. Lincoln's first model, the L series, was made from 1920 to 1930. For its 100th anniversary, Lincoln is reviving the L nameplate with the L100 concept car, showing the blueprint for its luxury future. The L100 is designed as an autonomous electric vehicle, with the passenger space built around the lack of a driver. A unique three-petal clamshell entry system allows the reverse-hinged doors to swing open in a nod to the classic suicide door arrangement, with roof opening upward. The interior features lounge-style seating that uses recycled suede fabric, ambient lighting, and a digital floor display.

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