LA Auto Show: Live From Lincoln's New Nose

Edward Niedermeyer
by Edward Niedermeyer

Lincoln’s updated look doesn’t seem to have won over too many of the skeptics, but before you make up your mind entirely, do check out these live shots from the LA Auto Show floor. Our man on the ground, Alex Dykes, notes

The interior refinements are welcome, especially as Cadillac has made some improvements to their interiors lately. Lincolns My Touch systems do seem considerably snappier than the previous versions, but we won’t be sure about the reliability until someone at TTAC has one for a week.








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  • BigDuke6 BigDuke6 on Nov 20, 2011

    When I look at/evaluate an "upscale" auto such as this, I check out the wheels. Those are totally uninspired and boring looking alloy wheels IMO....

  • Type57SC Type57SC on Nov 21, 2011

    Still hate that there's a cutout in the grill instead of a true grill. It really gives Lincolns a Pontiac-esque cheap vibe in my opinion.

    • Coastlein Coastlein on Nov 21, 2011

      You should probably get used to it. Some "luxury" cars I've seen recently don't even have a cutout; the grill is just piece of solid plastic.

  • Golden2husky Have to say he did an excellent job on the C7, especially considering the limited budget he was given. I am very happy with my purchase.
  • Marty The problem isn't range; it's lack of electricity in multi-unit building parking. All you need is level 1 - a standard 120v wall socket - and if you're plugged in 10 hours overnight you get 280 miles per week or more. That's enough for most folks but you can use public charging to supplement when needed. Installing conduit circuits and outlets is simple and cheap; no charge stations needed.
  • 2manyvettes Tadge was at the Corvette Corral at the Rolex 24 hour sports car race at the end of January 2023. During the Q&A after his remarks someone stood up and told him "I will never buy an electric Corvette." His response? "I will never sell you an electric Corvette." Take that Fwiw.
  • Socrates77 They're pinching pennies for the investors like always, greed has turned GM into a joke of an old corporate American greed.
  • Analoggrotto looking at this takes me right back to the year when “CD-ROM” first entered public lexicon
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