By on January 7, 2016

 

An early leak of the 2017 Lincoln Continental has popped up online at FordInsideNews.com (via AutoGuide) ahead of its reveal at the North American International Auto Show next week.

If the picture is to be believed, it appears Lincoln has kept to most of its promises, short of the LED headlights — which may or may not be on higher trims.

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The Lincoln’s lower front fascia appears to be mildly different as well, although from that low-res picture, I still can’t see any noticeably different door handles.

We’ll find out when TTAC reports from Detroit next week at the NAIAS — or maybe just from the airport because I still haven’t figured out how to get a ride.

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