2014 Lincoln MKC- A Design for Innovative and Creative People

Posted by | On October 16, 2013 | Leave a comment | Under: 2014 Cars, Concept Cars, Lincoln

You may have heard rumors about the Lincoln’s small crossover that have been confirmed by the brand at the Detroit auto Show 2013. The model is named as MKC and is built on the Ford Escape’s platform. The new Lincoln MKC is a 2014 model year that is expected to go on sale in 2014. The MKC is one of those four new models that Lincoln is planning to launch between now and 2014. The other three models that will go on sale in the specified time include MKZ, MKS and Navigator SUV. The MKC built with the brand’s new design language about which Lincoln said that the design is for those “who are open to new ideas and experiences”.

2014 Lincoln MKC - Exterior

Exterior and Interior

2014 Lincoln MKC

Outside the MKC, the Lincoln offers the design DNA of the MKZ sedan. This is a simple design that has aggressive and powerful lines to make it distinctive in the class. These power lines make the appearance of the small MKC sporty, sleek and powerful with a unique feel of elegance. The key exterior features of the 2014 Lincoln MKC include full width taillights, a liftgate design with side-view Cutline, frameless windows, a fixed panoramic roof, signature split wing grille and the car rolls over standard 20 inch premium wheels. The 2014 concept MKC wears a cream based white metallic tri-coat paint.

2014 Lincoln MKC - Interior


Length    4554 mm or 179.23 inches

Height    1605 mm or 63.18 inches

Width    1933 mm or 76.10 inches

Wheelbase    2715 mm or 106.88 inches

The interior of the Lincoln’s 2014 MKC is a blend of sophistication, quality and enough room for four passengers with a number of features that are already offered on the MKZ sedan. Standard interior features include a push button gear shift selector, expressive and flowing center console, a unique blend of quality materials and sophisticated colors, Lincoln star logo on the seats and floor mats, premium leather upholstery, metallic flakes on door panels, steering wheel and instrument panel and a smooth leather trim on console side rails, armrests, cargo area and instrument panel.

Safety Features

2014 Lincoln MKC - Safety

The Lincoln didn’t reveal any news about the safety features of the car however, we can expect a high tech bunch of advanced safety features for the safety of the occupants.

Under the Hood

2014 Lincoln MKC - Under the Hood

You can expect two EcoBoost engine choices under the hood of the new 2014 Lincoln Concept MKC. A 180 horsepower 1.6 liter EcoBoost and a 240 horsepower 2.0 liter EcoBoost engine. The front wheel drive and a six speed automatic transmission will be standard with optional all wheel drive system. The acceleration and fuel economy figures are yet to be disclosed.

Pricing and Release Info

The production version of the 2014 Lincoln MKC concept is expected to hit the dealership in late 2014 and therefore, the final release date and pricing info will be disclosed at a later date.


If Lincoln ever produced this small SUV then we can expect a competition from the small luxury utility vehicles from the top and well known brands including BMW X1, BMW X3, Volkswagen Tiguan, Mercedes Benz GLK and Buick Encore.


  • Elegant look
  • Innovative design
  • Well appointed interior
  • A unique taillight design


  • Lack of information about engine
  • No price and release date info yet

The Verdict

2014 Lincoln MKC - Verdict

The 2014 Lincoln MKC concept looks cool and it will open some new doors for the auto makers to try some more unique and innovative ideas with their upcoming models. The design looks cool and elegant as well as the interior is highly equipped with innovative standard features. The car has to be arrived yet and so we can hope for a masterpiece from the house of Lincoln.

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