Ford is calling the luxury touches build into their new Lincoln MKR concept vehicle "guilt free" thanks to a few environmentally friendly processes used to make the deluxe interior. But can some soy seats really make driving a luxury vehicle green? I guess we won't know unless these features reach production in an upscale car and we can figure out what sort of MPG rating they're riding around in.
- Sam Abuelsamid
- Jan 2, 2007
Ford is showing off at least two major high-powered concept cars at next weeks Detroit Auto Show, both based on stretched versions the Ford Mustang platform. The Ford Interceptor and Lincoln MKR both have engines with 400+hp engines, a 5.0L twin-cam V-8 in the Interceptor and a twin-turbo 3.5L V-6 in the MKR. The reason these two cars are here on this page is because both are flex-fuel capable, being able to run on any mix of gas or ethanol up to E85. Green machines, no?
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