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Lincoln Navicross

Lincoln Navicross

Lincoln Navicross

Lincoln Navicross

Lincoln Navicross interior
Make Lincoln
Model Navicross
Concept year 2003
Production year -
Engine 4.2 litre V8

The Lincoln Navicross is one of those rebellious vehicles which refuses to fit neatly into any one vehicle segment.

When it was introduced at the Detroit Motor Show in 2003 Lincoln claimed that it was not just a large saloon car, and nor did it have the space or off-road potential of an SUV. Instead it was some sort of compromise which would have elements of both types of vehicle.

The body shape of the Lincoln Navicross is undeniably that of a large saloon car, there's no arguing that fact. However the raised ride height, meaty wheels and tires, short front and rear overhangs and four-wheel-drive transmission all combined to give it a small degree of off-road potential. But when you consider that the closest most SUV and pickup truck owners get to going 'off-road' is when they pull into their gravel driveway, it's difficult to see where a vehicle like the Navicross would come into its own. It doesn't even have a decent cargo space thanks to the saloon car profile.

The luxurious interior of the Navicross concept - which was accessed though conventional front doors and rear-hinged rear doors - offered spacious seating for four. The seats were upholstered in cream leather which was contrasted with tan leather and fabric trim pieces.

Power for the Lincoln Navicross came from a supercharged 4.2 litre V8 engine which was coupled to a five-speed semiautomatic transmission.

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