The recently unveiled Lincoln MKX concept has received a digital makeover from X-Tomi Design who envisioned a production model.

The recently unveiled Lincoln MKX concept has received a digital makeover from X-Tomi Design who envisioned a production model.

Unveiled a couple of days ago at the Beijing Motor Show in China, the MKX concept signals Lincoln's intentions for a new generation of the mid-size, five-seat crossover which will probably see the light of day sometime in 2015. Seen here is a design proposal for a production model from X-Tomi Design who obviously toned down the concept a little bit.

The headlights look more suitable for a series model while the concept's side cameras were replaced with conventional mirrors that have the usual turn signals. In addition, the render shows MKX has received regular door handles and a different chrome bar running on the entire length of the doors.

For the moment it is not known whether the production model will still be based on the Ford Edge as the current generation but we will probably learn more in the coming months.

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