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There are two kinds of people at the Detroit show, those that call the Lincoln MKX the M-K-X, and those that call it, rightly, the Mark Ten. The confusion likely stems from the name of its its sister ship, the MKS concept sedan (is the S a Roman Numeral, or what)? Nonetheless, Lincoln's car-based luxobox (sorry, CUV) and its conceptual sedan cousin could be the most stylish shapes lincoln has come up with since the, well, see for yourself.

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