Going back to the more traditional large sedan limousine, Lincoln recently unveiled the MKS Livery.
For over three decades, the Lincoln Town Car was the go-to vehicle for limousine conversions by livery companies. When that car finally went out of production back in 2011, Lincoln tried to convince those companies that its new crossover, the MKT, and the MKZ Hybrid could serve as effective replacements. While many companies embraced the MKT Livery, Lincoln felt the market was missing a more traditional sedan livery. As a result the carmaker has introduced the MKS Livery.
Based on the brand's current flagship, the MKS Livery is being described as a "worthy successor to the Town Car Executive L" and will be offered in three different product packages, can be extended up to 4-6 inches in length and is available in both front- and all-wheel drive. The MKS Livery had its official debut early last month at the 2013 International LCT Show at the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas. It's already on sale to fleet operators with a base price of $43,965 along with a fleet discount of $3,000 per vehicle.