The Lincoln Futura was a design study by Ghia, which was commissioned by Ford in order. The handcrafted, unique piece was introduced in 1955. The construction costs were $ 250,000.
Particularly flamboyant were two separate passenger compartment hoods reminiscent of jet fighter cockpits, and the large tail fins. The chassis was taken from the Lincoln Mark II. The tail fins have been incorporated into production models, and the Futura was in the film It Started with a Kiss, painted red, the automobile major role. George Barris bought the car and turned it in 1966 for the Batman TV series Batmobile for. In January 2013, the vehicle achieved at auction a price of 4.2 million U.S. dollars (equivalent to 3.1 million euros).
Ehemalige Models 1921-1942: Continental | Custom | Modell K | L Modell | Zephyr
Ehemalige Modelle ab 1946 Aviator | Blackwood | Capri | Continental (Mark III, Mark IV, Mark V, Mark VI) | Cosmopolitan | Custom | Lincoln-Series | LS | Mark II-VIII | Premiere | Town Car | Versailles | Zephyr
Current Modelle: MKS | MKT | MKX | MKZ | Mark LT | Navigator
Studies: Futura | C