Do You Know the History of Lincoln Navigator?

March 29, 2013 at 09:44

Today we will give an overview on one of the models of Lincoln. Lincoln Navigator was produced for three generations. Sales of the first generation started in 1998. Despite the fact that the car was manufactured on the basis of Ford Expedition he was very different from his brother. The external design of the car is completely redesigned and all body parts of Lincoln Navigator and Ford Expedition are different, with Lincoln looks more stylish and expensive. The interior is made out of materials of the highest class.

Lincoln Navigator frontal view

Image of the Lincoln Navigator frontal view


What Seats of Lincoln Blackwood Hide

December 13, 2012 at 04:32

Today we are going to talk about the interior of the Lincoln Blackwood, or rather about the seats it has. And we will also touch upon the technical gadgets it has. Blackwood engine is the same as the it was in the previous model, just with smaller modifications, as now it is 5.4 liter DOHC V8, that of the Navigator, and Ford promised that the pull of them would be enough to tow a boat or small trailer (Class III).

seats of Lincoln Blackwood

Photo of the seats of Lincoln Blackwood

Concern Ford Will Surprised the Public with Sports Car of Lincoln

October 3, 2012 at 12:08

The auto brand Lincoln is the daughter brand of the major international concern Ford. In such a way the mother company has to work on the model line and the marketing side of the Lincoln company. In the past we have presented to you the news about the fact, that the company Ford had made a great investment into the Lincoln brand. And one of the parts of the investment went into the project to make the sports Lincoln car.

Picture of the Lincoln MKS car concept

Picture of the Lincoln MKS car concept

History of the Lincoln Blackwood Model

August 31, 2012 at 18:16

Lincoln Blackwood debuted in 1999 in Los Angeles. Back then the truck was seen more as exotic car, but the current popularity of expensive SUVs and pickups suggests that the designers and constructors of Lincoln simply knew what will be popular in future.

Photo of Lincoln Blackwood

Photo of Lincoln Blackwood