Lincoln set up a showcase called The Lincoln Space in a busy pedestrian area of central Beijing to outline its strategy for entering the world’s largest auto market.
An initial presence of eight dealerships in seven cities this fall will grow to 20 stores by the end of the year. By the end of 2016, Ford Motor Co.’s luxury brand plans to have a network of 60 dealerships in 50 cities, operating independently of Ford-brand stores.
Click through our gallery of Lincoln's flagship store to see how the brand plans to put Chinese customers in the lap of luxury. -- Bradford Wernle