Lincoln's recent fall from grace can be attributed to a number of factors and compelling product is certainly at the top of that list. According to an article in Business Week, Lincoln plans to rectify the situation posthaste, beginning with a rear-wheel-drive concept set to debut in Detroit this January.
The concept is based off the Australian Ford Falcon's architecture, under the watchful gaze of FoMoCo's N.A. design chief, Peter Horbury. The styling will supposedly foretell the future of Lincoln's design language, but it's unclear whether the production version will send power to the rear wheels.

We're looking forward to something, anything, to revive the Lincoln marque and hopefully this will be that first crucial step.

[Source: Business Week via MotorAuthority]


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