A Ford subsidiary has unveiled the Lincoln Star Concept, a comfortable concept electric car. The automaker claims that the car uses design, lights, displays, sounds and even smells to create an immersive travel experience for passengers.
The so-called mood modes are divided into three directives, combining digital graphics, lighting and various flavors. For example, Coastal Morning conveys the atmosphere of the ocean coast, Mindful Vitality is replete with dynamic and abstract art, complemented by a floral scent, and Evening Chill simulates the twilight time using smooth music, coupled with video demonstrations of the night sky and the scents of summer.
The first and second row areas in the cabin are notable for reclining lounge chairs, individual footrests and plenty of storage space. At the back, between the seats, is a glass drink cooler, while a huge curved screen surrounds the front fascia. The front trunk looks interesting, leaving like a bedside table drawer.
Because this is just a concept, Lincoln won’t reveal any details about the powertrain, battery, range or charging speed. However, implementation is scheduled for 2026.
The automaker also says that even earlier, by 2025, it will release three other electric vehicles in this luxury line. These will reportedly be battery-electric models that will replace or complement the Lincoln Corsair, Nautilus, Aviator and Navigator.