Lynk & Co Needs A Sexy Coupe Just Like This

Geely’s Lynk & Co new-age mobility company has released a series of intriguing vehicles in the past couple of years as it looks to establish itself, including the 01 SUV, 02 Crossover, 03 Sedan, and soon, the 04 Hatchback. One body style which Lynk & Co has yet to produce is a coupe.

The renderings you see here are the work of designer Tianbo Ma and depict a sexy two-door with the Lynk & Co nameplate. The company may or may not be actually working on such a model but even if they’re not, the car pictured looks pretty good.

In creating the vehicle, Ma looked at a series of trends in California and wanted to create a vehicle catered towards young couples who own dogs. Consequently, the Lynk & Co coupe needed to have enough room for two adult passengers, pets, and luggage. The only solution was to fit a compact electric powertrain that allows for storage both ahead and behind the cockpit.

What these requirements have led to is a coupe with much more storage space than existing vehicles of this sort. For example, there is a large frunk, storage spaces behind the front wheels, and a large hatchback-style trunk at the rear that can easily fit a couple of (small) dogs.

From a styling standpoint, the vehicle looks quite different from current Lynk & Co models. For example, it doesn’t feature the rounded headlights we’re used to seeing and instead utilizes thin LED strips around a series of air vents. The rear is also unique and includes small taillights as well as brake lights that stretch up the alongside the rear window.

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  • Smith

    NO. Nobody needs an ugly car like this, not even the Saturn brand that died years ago. This is nothing short of repulsive. But it would work well in the Link & Co line up because all their cars are boring and ugly as sin, san.

  • Cool guy

    sexy is the last word i would use to describe this. The word your looking for is turd.

  • Bash

    It’s a good start. I would like to see how the final design Developmment end up for the real concept car. There are few nice elements were put in it. Headlight. The shape of the rear quarter. I guess what I want to say is that I like it.

  • SteersUright

    Hell no. This is NOT a sleek, sexy coupe by any stretch. Way too bulky and slab sided, more refrigerator than sports car.

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