Lincoln Lengthens Its Lead on Luxury With Cartier L Town Car At L.A. Auto Show

7 January 2000

See The New Cartier L Town Car Intro From The L.A. Auto Show For Yourself, Right Here On TACH
    LOS ANGELES, Jan. 7 -- Lincoln stole the spotlight at its
hometown automotive showcase, as the new Town Car was the "slam dunk" of the
day at the Greater L.A. Auto Show.

    The only luxury auto manufacturer with its world headquarters in Southern
California, Lincoln also unveiled an evolution of its popular LS, Motor
Trend's 2000 Car of the Year, featuring enhanced performance and styling
features.

    HIGHLIGHTS OF LINCOLN NEWS CONFERENCE:

    * The all-new Cartier L -- the ultimate Town Car, featuring a long
wheelbase and additional cabin space for even more Lincoln luxury.

    * The Town Car Executive L, built exclusively for fleet and livery
dealers, possessing many attributes of the Cartier L, including the extended
wheelbase and legroom.

    * The 2000 LS concept vehicle, based on the same car that was recently
awarded Motor Trend's coveted Car of the Year award.  With projector
headlamps, dark tinted windows, 18-inch wheels, and a rear deck extension,
this evolution of the LS is even sportier than its predecessor.

See it now!
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