One concept car that was unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show is the Lincoln C. This new concept car from Ford Motor Company is a fuel-efficient ride made possible by the innovative power train. The Lincoln C is a four cylinder vehicle and powered by the 1.6 liter EcoBoost partnered with the company’s dry dual-clutch PowerShift six-speed transmission. The Lincoln C is projected to achieve 43 miles per gallon and boasts a 25 percent increase in fuel efficiency if compared to the Ford Focus. This was officially unveiled January 12, 2009 at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. According to its manufacturers, the Lincoln C is an attempt to show that a small car can also deliver luxurious amenities. This is about the size of the Ford Focus, but the difference is that this Lincoln C carries a glass roof. Cool, no?