The much-awaited updated design language for future Lincolns will be shown later this week at L.A.
As we saw last week, Lincoln is working to build some excitement for what it wants to show the automotive world at this week's L.A. Auto Show. Earlier we were given a teaser shot of the updated MKS, which only showed the hood of the sedan. And now the luxury brand has released a few more teasers previewing the sedan's updated look. The new photos show the MKS's LED taillights along with a new dashboard that features Ford's configurable instrument panel LCD screens.
Yes, we know the photos are vague, but Lincoln wants to generate interest in its new design direction. The automaker recently hired away Cadillac design boss Max Wolff in an effort to finally make Lincolns look good once again. Wolff is the one responsible for the current CTS sedan, coupe, and sport wagon. And since the updated MKS and MKT will be Wolff's project, it should be very interesting to see what exactly Lincoln has in store. More details and pictures will come later this week.