Lincoln is hard at work reinventing its design language, and those who've had an early look say we're all in for a surprise. Ford wants to reinvent its luxury arm into just that, a true luxury brand set to rival the best that Germany and Japan have to offer. One of the steps required to make this transformation is to incorporate premium style into the existing lineup of products. Our spy photographers caught a camo-clad MKZ running undergoing testing, and the new design language is hidden under the automotive hefty bags.

We can't see much of what's going on, but we know Lincoln plans to make its products markedly different from its Ford cousins. Everything from the instrument panel and switch gear to the headlamps and sheetmetal creases will scream Lincoln. And it sounds like it will do so in a manner that's quite pleasing to the eyes.

Besides the new look, Lincoln will step to the luxury plate with new powertrains that provide power while also returning improved fuel economy

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