According to reports from Ford Authority, the Lincoln Star prototype has entered the testing phase! Hopefully that means we'll be seeing photos of prototypes soon!
Back in July 2021, Ford Authority
spotted an unusual Ford Mustang Mach-E prototype wearing heavy camo, which was actually a cleverly disguised early Lincoln electric vehicle mule. That model preceded the Lincoln Star concept, which was revealed this past April, previewing the future styling direction of FoMoCo’s luxury arm, as well as the brand’s forthcoming all-electric makeover. Now, sources familiar with the matter have told Ford Authority
that the Lincoln Star prototype has entered the testing phase.
The Star has moved past the mule phase and is currently being tested as an integrated prototype – the first of its kind. The Lincoln Star prototype is riding on FoMoCo’s GE2 platform, which will underpin the second-generation Ford Mustang Mach-E, as well as other future all-electric models.
While concepts don’t always come to fruition, Ford did file trademarks for “Lincoln Star” with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), as well as in Mexico and Canada, further implying that this name will be worn by a future production EV model. As Ford Authority
reported in February, Lincoln is expected to launch a full lineup of at least five all-electric vehicles by 2027, though it’s not entirely clear what that lineup will look like by then.