"We develop different types of concepts for different purposes," says Lincoln design director David Woodhouse. "They go from the most outrageous blue-sky proposition, which is as far into the future as you can possibly imagine, to something that’s a teaser of [what’s] to come."
The Navigator Concept is "a very spectacular teaser of what the production car is going to be about. It's an exaggeration of some of the key design elements of the production car. We really wanted to develop something special for Lincoln with this car."
First introduced in 1997, the Lincoln Navigator was . . .
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