The Lincoln Continental Concept 100 was a concept car built in 1953.

It has aerodynamic design and a vast array of advanced electronics. The exterior features new low-profile halogen headlamps with aerodynamic covers, bronze-tinted glass with compound curvature, a heated windshield and pearlescent paint. There are no door handles to mar the sleek lines.

An aerodynamic antenna for satellite navigation is mounted on the trunk lid, and sensors for at Sonar Detection system are installed in ports in the front and rear bumpers. The car is driveable and all electronic features are functional.