2017 Lincoln Continental Spied Testing Once Again

The 2017 Lincoln Continental has been spied once again, but this time, spy photographers have managed to catch a glimpse of the MKS-replacement’s interior too.

Unfortunately, Lincoln’s engineers have to great lengths to disguise this prototype. There’s camouflage covering the car’s entire body, however if you squint a bit, you might be able to make out some of the full-size sedan’s bodylines. Hiding the headlights and taillights is a mesh like cover, but we can clearly see the LED lights out front are very similar to those on the Continental Concept from the New York Auto Show.

As for the interior, it also appears very similar to the Continental Concept’s, with a near identical dash layout and buttons in much of the same places. There’s less chrome and a little less detail, but other than that, it looks as though fans of the Continental Concept’s interior won’t be disappointed with the production model’s.

There’s a lot more to learn about the production 2017 Lincoln Continental before it makes its debut and enters production at Ford’s Flat Rock, Michigan assembly plant. For now, check out the spy photos over on Autoblog and be sure to check back for more news of the next-gen American luxury barge.

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