Lincoln Star Concept: An Inside Look

Lincoln Star Concept Feature Image
Lincoln Star Concept Feature Image

The Lincoln Star Concept shows us the future of Lincoln is electric, and it’s stunning.

By 2025, Lincoln will release 3 fully electric vehicles. By 2030, Lincoln plans to go fully electric. The Lincoln Star concept, the brand’s EV prototype, is merely a glimpse into the future. It looks pretty bright with the Lincoln Star concept. Here’s a peek at what you can expect from the luxury brand.

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Lincoln Star Concept

Lincoln Star concept in Amethyest.

The Lincoln Star Concept is Built Using Sustainable Materials

LED lights replace many things in the Star Concept such as the grille and badges of the car. Coach doors open up to greet you, welcoming you into a spacious sanctuary. And from the exterior, one can appreciate the beautiful design work. Lighting curves up the hood and lights up the badge in place of other type materials. The Star concept uses LED lights as a more sustainable option. You won’t find leather and chrome in this beauty but you’ll find the replacements to be very pleasing.

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3D-printed features such as the pillars, allow for more light to come into the car. It’s also got a see-through frunk- but not to worry, that blacks out when you park thanks to electro-chromatic glass.

Innovative yet Comforting Features

The Star concept has an airy feel, one that connects passengers to nature, inviting you to look around and disconnect. But this car knows what passengers need. On the side of each door, you’ll find a laptop case that holds and charges up your laptop while you relax during the ride. 

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Bigger, Better, and Bubbly?

24-inch wheels give the Star concept a more unique look. Longer and wider than the Nautilus, the Star concept offers a more spacious cabin, meant to be luxe and relaxing. It’s got a 27-inch widescreen up front as well as two individual screens in the backseat. And did we mention a chiller for drinks (preferably champagne)?

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Beautiful Details Abound

There are so many beautiful design details in this concept car. Illuminated crystallines can be seen in the Lincoln Star concept- the mode selector, more see-through sustainable materials. A practical tray that allows for laptop use or even a snack perhaps? The Lincoln Star is just stunning.

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Lighting and Innovative Ambiance

Lighting is an important part of the Lincoln Star’s design. It creates ambiance and a more relaxing experience for passengers. The door panels can be turned on/off as well. Lights can be customized all around the vehicle.

The Lincoln Star Concept has 3 modes: Coastal morning, Mindful Vitality, and Evening Chill. The Star Concept lights up and changes everything from the scent to sound and lighting, providing a different experience per mode.

Lincoln Star Concept

Reminders of a Special Anniversary Throughout the Car

Lincoln is celebrating 100 years and they’re reminding you of this success with a “100 years” inscription on a few details within the cabin.

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Embracing the Design Freedom an Electric Car Offers

Everything from the exterior to the interior is designed with the customer in mind. Lincoln Star is welcoming, providing customers a sanctuary outside the home to step into, relax and find premium comfort. It’s futuristic, with details unseen on other cars. An EV but more than that.

“Electrification is removing many traditional vehicle design constraints, allowing us to reimagine what a vehicle can be,” said Anthony Lo, chief design officer, Ford Motor Company. “The Lincoln Star is a study of experiences and themes that push the boundaries of Lincoln design – and it’s just the start.”

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