For now it's just a concept, but give it a few years and it could make it to production.
With the debut of the 01 crossover last October in Berlin, and reportedly available next year in China (followed by the Europe and US - see picture/reveal video below), Lynk & Co also brought along with it a four-door sedan concept that took an extremely futuristic approach to its design... though you might have missed it. The dramatic front fascia and suicide doors previewed the upcoming design language of the brand.
Lynk & Co EV Sedan has a lot of "door action" happening
Though we only saw that concept briefly, we now get to see the car up close and in detail. Adamsky Management released 25 stunning images of the car for all of us to see, previewing an upcoming ad campaign that the company will be running on its social channels in the next few weeks.
Up first: Lynk & Co 01 Crossover heads to production next year
Apart from its unique design, we don’t know much about the concept. Lynk & Co hasn’t released any details about performance; our best guess is that there's an electric powertrain under the hood. What we do know is that the Geely-owned automaker will produce five high-volume models based on the upcoming Volvo XC40 platform, with a production-version of the sedan concept pictured here likely to come after.
The first car in the Lynk & Co lineup will be the 01 crossover. It uses the Volvo-developed Compact Modular Architecture, and stretches out to 178.4 inches (4.53 meters) long, 73 inches (1.85 meters) wide, and stands at 65.1 (1.65 meters) tall. The 01 will primarily target the Chinese market, and power will come courtesy of a range of plug-in hybrid and pure electric engines.
The 01 crossover will go on sale in China later this year, and will be launched in the U.S. and Europe in the months that follow. Two new models will debut in the next few years, the "02" and "03," with a sedan based loosely on the concept seen here eventually coming down the line.
Another look at the doors on the Lynk & Co EV Sedan
Showing a little of its concept status in current roof design
Lynk & Co EV Sedan
Gallery: Lynk & Co EV Sedan
Video (below): Earlier launch of the 01 Crossover in Berline