When concept is revealed, people usually wait for its production, but when the source announces that the showcar won't be produced, the majority decides the car's killed.
This is exactly what happened to Lincoln Concept C, previously shown at the Detroit Auto Show in 2009.
While Ford Inside News stated that the concept was cut, the model was never confirmed to be in production though. The truth is that Lincoln's three-year plan embraces seven all-new or in other words considerably updated models, one of which sports a tiny footprint.
Apart from reworking a sedan/hatch based on the Ford Focus platform, Lincoln is trying to move away from the badge-engineering game. The earlier announced C-segment entrant will be apparently compact CUV which shares the new Escape plaform featuring a redesigned stance along with different seating setup.