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315 bhp 4.4-liter DOHC V8 engine, six-speed sequential automatic transmission and all-wheel drive, four-wheel independent air-ride suspension, and four-wheel power anti-lock disc brakes. Wheelbase: 114.4"

- Precursor to 2009 MKS flagship sedan
- 315 bhp DOHC V8 power
- Heated and cooled seats
- Advanced navigation system

Introduced at the 2006 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, the Lincoln MKS concept strongly hinted at the design direction for the upcoming flagship sedan, launched for 2009. The expressive design was defined by sculpted fluid surfaces, conveying an athletic nature and performance.

A clean, contemporary interior includes the comfort and convenience hallmarks for which Lincoln vehicles are known. Heated and cooled seats feature 14-way power adjustments, and a panoramic glass roof provides scenic vistas. Other features include adaptive LED head lights, an advanced navigation system, Bluetooth and DVD-audio surround sound. A powerful 315-horsepower DOHC V8 engine teams with a six-speed automatic transmission and intelligent all-wheel drive. This was Lincoln's first sedan with 20-inch wheels.

The active AWD system provides performance and all-weather traction. A preemptive-slip system reads key parameters to automatically transfer torque to the wheels before they begin to slip. The Lincoln MKS has dual front air bags, driver and passenger side air bags and a side air curtain for rollover protection. The steering column tailors its rate of collapse to the driver’s size and safety-belt use. A cross-car side impact protection beam under the front seats reinforces the structure between the B-pillars while directing energy away from passengers.

The Lincoln MKS instrument cluster features gauges inspired by precision sports watches: large, easy to read, and well-placed for maximum visibility. The gauge needles have flush-fit hubs that contribute to a clean, streamlined look. The readings are marked by subtle raised chaplets, giving the cluster a dash of brightness.

This vehicle runs and drives, but the air-ride suspension is manual only. It is not DOT or EPA certified, cannot be registered for highway use in the United States, and is offered on bill of sale only.

Offered by the Ford Motor Company. Sale proceeds to benefit the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and The Children’s Center.

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