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Lincoln is a luxury vehicle brand owned by the Ford Motor Company, and it is based in Dearborn, Michigan, USA. The company was founded in 1917 by Henry M. Leland and named after Abraham Lincoln, the 16th president of the United States. Originally, Lincoln was part of the Ford Motor Company’s luxury division and was known for producing high-end luxury vehicles. In 1922, Lincoln became a standalone brand under the Ford Motor Company.
Lincoln has produced many iconic cars throughout its history, including the Continental, which was produced from 1939 to 2002 and then reintroduced in 2016. The Continental was known for its sleek design and luxurious features, and it was a favorite of presidents and celebrities alike. Other popular Lincoln models include the Town Car, the Mark Series, and the Navigator, which was introduced in 1998 as a luxury SUV.
In recent years, Lincoln has shifted its focus towards producing luxury SUVs and crossovers. The company’s current lineup includes the Aviator, Corsair, Nautilus, and Navigator. In addition to these vehicles, Lincoln has also introduced a range of plug-in hybrid models, such as the Aviator Grand Touring and the Corsair Grand Touring.
Looking to the future, Lincoln has announced plans to introduce several new electric vehicles in the coming years, including an electric version of the Navigator. The company has also announced plans to launch a new subscription service called Lincoln Access, which will allow customers to access a range of premium services and features. Overall, Lincoln is focused on expanding its lineup of luxury SUVs and crossovers while also exploring new technologies and services to enhance the customer experience.
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