Lincoln has a great history in making luxury vehicles, since the company was founded in 1917 by Henry M. Leland. During the years the company proved, that they know exactly, what the customers need, when they search for a big luxury car.This year, Lincoln introduces three luxury cars at 2009 SEMA Show - MKS, MKT and MKZ project vehicles. All of them are powered by Ford.

Ford will exhibit the Lincoln cars in their booth at this year's SEMA show, which will be held November 3th to 6th at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

"Lincoln as a brand is continuing to attract younger customers to the showroom with products like the MKS, MKZ and the new MKT luxury crossover," said Amy Marentic, Ford North American Car and Crossovers group marketing manager. "These customers place huge importance on style, design and technology, and these are areas where Lincoln plays well," said Marentic. "SEMA gives customizers the opportunity to push the boundaries of design, while still focusing on the core strengths of the Lincoln brand."

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2009 Lincoln MKS by Raceskinz combines beauty and technology. A lot of carbon fibre is used to create this car, inside and outside. The car also has high-powered LIIV™ entertainment system to deliver maximum pleasure to passengers and the driver during the travel.

2010 Lincoln MKT "Panache" by Rick Bottom Designs. The car has extremely clean exterior. It has been shaved of its door handles, antenna and rear reflectors. There are custom-made beltline molding in chrome further accents the body line. The interior is enhanced with two-toned leather and matching floating armrests. The audio system is powerful and tuned for ultimate sound quality, and the navigation system directs your travels.

3dCarbon's project is a refinement of the 2010 Lincoln MKZ. The car gets new stainless-steel lower chrome door moldings and stainless-steel dual exhaust extensions, rear spoiler, rear upper roof spoiler, a Magnaflow stainless-steel exhaust system and a huge TSW "Snetterton" Hyper Silver 20" rims.