Long-in-the-tooth Lincolns
Long-in-the-tooth Lincolns
Today's Lincolns are little more than fancy Fords. That's not going to cut it with brand-conscious consumers in China and elsewhere. A new team has joined Ford Motors luxury division to raise Lincoln's game, and executives have promised to end badge-engineering, but they still have little to say about a unique platform that would make Lincoln something special.


Last updated August 26 2011: 9:52 AM ET
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