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Lynk & Co may be only 5 months old, but its styling language already looks fully developed.
All Lynk & Co models are styled under the supervision of designer Peter Horbury, best known for his work at Volvo, Lincoln and other brands.
The Lynk & Co 03 sedan concept is expected to look very similar to the eventual production version.
The 03 has a nose that's very similar to L&C's 01 crossover, which is defined by its small fender-top headlamps, broad, narrow grille opening and gaping lower fascia.
There's not much to see in here, aside from what appears to be the same 10.2-inch touchscreen infotainment system as on the 01 crossover SUV.
Gun-shaped rear tail lamps appear to have some interesting light pipes inside.
The lights -- and indeed the nose -- remind me a bit of Kia's latest Sportage compact crossover.
A fully modern, modular architecture shared with the 01 concept and Volvo's upcoming XC40 crossover is what's likely under the 03's sheetmetal.
The forward-sweeping C-pillars give a shark-fin-like look to the greenhouse.
Lynk & Co vehicles are expected to feature all the latest advanced safety tech, as seen on Volvo's latest products.
All Lynk & Co vehicles are expected to be offered in one spec, with no options other than color choice. Doing so should reduce build complexity, which curbs cost while aiding quality.
A powerful phone app will be central to the Lynk & Co experience, allowing for carsharing and other features.
Look, Ma! No keyholes!
A variety of different types of powerplants are expected to find their way under this hood.
Expect all Lynk & Co models to come with a fully digital gauge cluster.
Lynk & Co is promising free data traffic for connectivity purposes, which will be vital to the company's ambitious car-sharing tech.