Lincoln debuts Star SUV Concept, promises four new luxury EVs by 2026

by Scooter Doll

Following a shadowy teaser video earlier this month, Lincoln has officially unveiled a new all-electric SUV concept called the Star.

During the global debut event in Los Angeles, Lincoln shared its future electrification plans, explaining the Star Concept represents the brand’s vision for three Lincoln EVs arriving by 2025 and a fourth in 2026.

A source close to the matter also let us know some of the new EV models Lincoln has planned.

Lincoln Motor Company is an American luxury automaker that has been wholly owned by Ford Motor Company since the 1920s. Originally recognized for luxury sedans like the Continental, Lincoln has more recently been associated with SUVs like the Aviator.

Aside from a couple shadowy images of the EV’s silhouette, Lincoln didn’t share much else, other than that we would learn more on April 20.

Well, here we are after 4/20, and Lincoln has unveiled the Star Concept alongside plans for multiple EVs that will see production in the next few years.

Since this is merely a concept, we don’t have any specs, but the Star does represent the design language we can expect to see in future production models from Lincoln as “digital assistants.