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Enhanced Lincoln EV Teaser Image Reveals Zephyr Inspired Front End

Last month, Lincoln announced that it will fully electrify its lineup by 2030, as well as launch its first all-electric vehicle next year, just in time for the luxury automaker’s 100th anniversary. At that time. we were treated to a few Lincoln EV teaser images, but only a couple of stylized interior shots and one very shadowy exterior image of the front end that doesn’t reveal much. Thus, Ford Authority decided to enhance this dark image and see if we could unveil any other details regarding the forthcoming EV.

As we can see from this enhanced version of the Lincoln EV teaser, this future model is indeed heavily inspired by the Zephyr Reflection Concept that debuted at Auto Shanghai earlier this year. Lincoln refers to the look as its “Quiet Flight DNA” design philosophy, which it says will be used on all of its future models. The overall look is very similar to the Zephyr Reflection Concept, with a light bar that spans the entire width of the front end, an oval-shaped front grille with an indent in the bottom, and super slim headlights.

Meanwhile, Ford Authority spies captured a future Lincoln EV driving around earlier this week wearing a Ford Mustang Mach-E body. But while the Mach-E rides on Ford’s GE1 (Global Electrified 1) platform, the future Lincoln EV will be underpinned by the upcoming GE2 platform. In total, Ford has two new EV platforms in the works that cover an array of vehicle segments, as Ford Authority recently reported.

Lincoln says that the inside of its new EV will feature “a more spacious interior that creates the ultimate expression of the Lincoln sanctuary,” along with “a striking, modern aesthetic, thoughtful details, clever storage solutions, minimalistic panels, a larger, expansive panoramic vista roof, a coast-to-coast display, and a new digital design language – Constellation – that includes exclusive themes showcasing the night sky.”

We’ll have more on Lincoln’s future electric vehicle soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Lincoln news and continuous 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. crabbymilton

    I’m not holding my breath mind you but this could lead some to conclude that FORD/LINCOLN may just have learned their lesson when they discontinued all of their sedans.

  2. Roy Chiles

    I’ve seen this b4 it’s a light bar the 1st thing that needs 2 go is the grill less Hyundai more Bentley / Rolls Royce. If LINCOLN don’t go up market it’s still a shadow of FORD period aka Mach-E

    1. Ford Owner

      The light bar is now a common item in new electric vehicles, just look at the F-150 Lightning. And the 2023 Cadillac Lyriq does a smiling light show when the owner comes up to it.

    2. Steve

      Its common on more and more EVs such as the Rivian vehicles, the Cadillac Lyriq, and Jeep concepts so I doubt that’s going to change. I personally think it looks very modern and futuristic and makes a statement which most people who buy luxury cars and more specifically the EV customer want.

  3. Ford Owner

    I was waiting for the Lincoln EV since Ford announced it. The Zephyr name is quite old in Lincoln’s history. This can be the first competition against the Cadillac Lyriq.

  4. Jesse Ray

    I ,a big ford fan hope you don’t get rid of my gasoline mustang, maybe gas and electric. Without that v8 roar it wouldn’t be nothing.


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