As you can see, the production model retains nearly all of the design elements from the concept version, except for the conventional door handles, the less aggressive exhaust system and some changes on the taillight graphics. Overall, however, the production model remains pretty true to the concept the preceded it.
As the concept revealed, the 2015 MKC will adopt a new design language inspired by the 2013 MKZ , like the signature split-wing grille and the wraparound liftgate. What’s really cool about the new MKC is that it is the first premium crossover to offer a 2.3-liter, EcoBoost four-cylinder engine, alongside the base 2.0-liter EcoBoost.
Updated 12/16/2013: Lincoln announced today prices for the 2015 MKC crossover that goes on sale early next year in three trim levels. Prices will start from $33,995. Click past the jump for the full details on the prices.
Updated 01/21/2014: Lincoln put online a configurator for those of you interested in creating the MKC of your dreams. So, go online, play a little bit with the colors and the interior options and you will make an idea on how to customize the MKC.
Click past the jump to read more about the 2015 Lincoln MKC.