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Sleek prototype previews future products from Geely’s newly launched brand

The Lynk&Co Concept Car, a design demonstration produced by the newly launched Chinese manufacturer to preview its future products, has been revealed at a launch event for the brand.

The concept is a four-seat saloon with four gullwing doors and no B-pillars. It features similar design cues to the Lynk&Co 01, which was revealed alongside it in Berlin, including high headlights, a wide-slash front and a wedge body shape.

Lynk&Co, an offshoot of Geely, said despite the fact that this is the first concept to be shown by the brand, a saloon like this won’t arrive for some time.  Company group executive and vice president Peter Horbury said a saloon will arrive after five other models, all of which are “already done”.

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While some of the design of the Concept Car will likely end up in the sixth production model, the concept’s first priority is to show that Lynk&Co’s design can be applied to several applications.

No technical information has been revealed, but Lynk&Co confirmed that the car’s floor uses carbonfibre in a new weave pattern. There’s also a 3D touchscreen infotainment system.

"We'll have to do the bread and butter stuff first," said Horbury. "Then maybe there'll be time to have fun."

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