The Ford Quicksilver was a concept car built in 1982 by the Italian styling house, Ghia.
Like the Ghia AC concept from 1981, the Quicksilver was based on the AC ME 3000 chassis, lengthened by eleven inches. Five passengers could be seated within the car's 116-inch wheelbase.
The car was first presented at the 1982 Turin Auto Show, and powered by Ford's 3-litre V6 engine connected to a five-speed manual transmission,
The Quicksilver featured an updated version of flush-mounted glass and retractable headlights. Built for Lincoln, the Quicksilver first appeared in metallic silver, but was later reworked in dark black.
The interior consisted of analog gauges clustered into "segments", continuing throughout the dashboard.