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Artist Creates Some Slick, Slammed Lincoln Continental Renderings

We’ve featured quite a few renderings from artist Abimelec Arellano in recent years, and for good reason – they’re all pretty darn awesome. That certainly applies to his latest body of work – this slammed Lincoln Continental. As Arellano points out, the last-gen Lincoln Continental is/was one of the best-looking vehicles ever produced, and it’s a shame that it has been discontinued. But it lives on in these new pieces of art, at least.

As Arellano points out, the Continental “captured the essence of the classic, fashionable, American way of doing luxury transportation.” However, he wanted to take things to the next level with some renderings of what a slammed Lincoln Continental might look like. Thus, he set out to retain the car’s classy styling while also laying it directly on the ground.

Truthfully, we think it looks pretty darn good. The modern steelie wheels from Detroit Steel Wheel Co. give it a classic look, and the body-color centers with chrome center caps and rings perfectly compliment the appearance of the rest of the car, which is finished in a classy satin black with all the factory chrome.

On the inside, Arellano decided to give his slammed Lincoln Continental a custom purple interior with dark oak wood accents, which seems like something that belongs in a Lincoln. After all, the brand is all about American luxury, even though it no longer produces passenger cars for the masses – only crossovers and SUVs these days.


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Sadly, it doesn’t seem that Lincoln is planning on building another sedan anytime soon, as Ford Authority exclusively reported some time ago. But that doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy the ones that are already on the road, and perhaps dream up some ideas of what they might look like with some modifications, as is the case here.

We’ll have more cool renderings to share soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Lincoln news, Lincoln Continental news, and ongoing Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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  1. JimL

    I’d remove the slam job and put it back up to a normal ride height; but otherwise this is GORGEOUS.

  2. Jorge Esquinca

    I´d buy a Lincoln if they would sell sedans like those. SUV´s and crossovers can keep them for themselves. I´ll better go to other brand but there´s no human power that´s going to make me buy a boring cookie-cutter SUV or crossover.

    1. Andrew

      I agree I wish they would have refreshed the continental on the CD6 platform. I would have purchased one.

      1. Jason s

        Same, would’ve loved one alongside my Mustang

  3. James Donahue

    I own a 2017 Lincoln. Love this car! Get told all the time how nice it looks.



  5. Roy Johnson

    My first Ford product ever is a ’19 Lincoln Continental. I love that car. Although going through a low, sedans are here to stay. By not offering them, Ford is inviting loyal customers to shop elsewhere. I would buy this: The car pictured here with the ability to raise it for ease of entry while parked, leave it at normal height and the ability to chose to slam it while parked. It need not have a model year assigned. The first could be the Lincoln Continental 10.5 that would be built as showroom models and built to order. There could be three price points–10.5.1, 10.5.2 and 10.5.3, plus limited options. The Ford Fusion could be built the same way.

  6. tony carpenter

    how much are the steeliewheels …interested in purchaseing a set

  7. Dennis Mincin

    I too lament the ongoing obsession with SUV’s. I’ve owned two MKS sedans and loved them both. The only SUV I’d think of owning would be a 1975 International Harvester Scout II and modified with a Cummins I-4 diesel.


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