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1995 Lincoln L2K

L2K stood for Lincoln 2000 and was one of several attempts to develop a convertible version of the Mark-series sport-luxury coupe. The dream precedes reality. "What should a luxury sports car look and feel like in the future?". That's a question we asked our luxury car designers. Their answer: The Lincoln L2K.

The L2K is truly a luxury sports car. This 2-seat convertible is designed to offer a blend of understated elegance with sophisticated, spirited performance. The interior features luxury sports bucket seats, a sound system with a mini-disc changer in the console, an ergonomic wraparound design, and dual airbags to provide an ultra-high level of comfort and safety. Under the hood is an experimental 3.4-liter, 32-valve V-8 engine that delivers 250 hp.

If you're wondering about the lack of door handles, the L2K doors are opened using an infrared signal transmitted by a keyless entry key fob. This just goes to show that at Lincoln, whatever our designers can envision, our wealth of engineering and technological resources can figure a way to build. Designed at Ford Motor Company's Concept Center California Design Studio, the L2K is a one-of-a-kind concept vehicle. Through "idea" vehicles such as this, we continue to bring exciting and innovative new products to market.

Engine & performance:

  • Position: front

  • Type: V8, 32-valve

  • Capacity: 3.4-liter

  • Power: 250 hp

  • High-tech 4-speed automatic tranny


  • Length: 4023 mm

  • Width: 1803 mm

  • Wheelbase: 2367 mm

  • Weight: 1323 kg

Source:; Ford Motor Company;

Images: Mario Buonocunto Concept Cars Page

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