All three sported alternative power trains, glittered with LED lights in unexpected places, and boasted glass, glass and more glass. But each was vastly different in, not only it's design, but it's perceived use and expected user.
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It’s a fact of life that we are all “connected” more than ever today. We gab on our cellphones constantly, we check our messages both in front of computers and on the go on our smartphones, and we have more choices than ever over how we are entertained. For the most part, these are all positive changes in our lives and a clear sign of progress. We live, however, in one of those “in-between” times when society hasn’t yet figured out how to merge progress with basic safety. You know, like back when automotive engineers figured out how to make cars go really fast but hadn’t yet invented the 3-point seatbelt. To what am I referring? I’m talking about being able to use all of these devices that keep us connected safely while driving. This is a topic that’s been talked about time and time again over the last decade. Initially, people talked [...]
Comments Off on VehicleVoice #96 – The Lincoln MKT Concept – A Luxury Oceanliner on Wheels
It really does remind our own Stephanie Brinley and the Detroit Free Press' Mark Phelan of an Oceanliner. From the "bow" (rhymes with cow, not low) wave front grill to the exquisite bright work and white leather interior. The Lincoln MKT Concept drips elegance.
The Toyota ABAT Concept - a little unibody pickup truck. If that's not a formula for non-sales in the U.S. we're not sure what is. But it's a hybrid, and there's those darned CAFE standards to address. Who knows, maybe this one will sell.