Lincoln unveils the MKT at Detroit Auto Show

Lincoln's MK concept vehicle has gone from prototype to production. See the results as revealed at the 2010 North American International Auto Show.

It occurred to me the other day that I have not given Lincoln much lip service within the Car Tech blog lately. And then I realized that Lincoln also made a notable appearance at the 2010 North American International Auto Show that took place last month in Detroit. And with my current theme being about intriguing concept vehicles making appearances at this year's NAIAS, so here we go with Lincoln's introduction of its luxury crossover MKT model.

While this vehicle line started life as purely a concept, Lincoln has adjusted and embellished enough to make the MKT ready to go as a production vehicle. Up front (no pun intended) you can get a glimpse of its new twin waterfall grill, which looks as cool as it sounds. From there on, we get a look at the outside and inside of the MKT, and around the 0:55 mark the narrator discusses the "eco-boost" feature, which you may find interesting. If you're digging on the MKT enough to buy it, hang tight, as Lincoln should be set for a retail release sometime this summer.

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