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Mich. Chevy dealership goes up in flames; GM invests in software startup; Musk cousin leaving Tesla; '18 Lincoln MKX spied; No new Vipers? No problem for supercar-maker VLF.
Two years after the second-generation MKX debuted, the premium midsize crossover will undergo a freshening for the 2018 model year that resembles the face of Lincoln's latest cars and light trucks.
What the car will do and will not do required some careful wording, Lexus says.
The Lincoln Continental, Mercedes-Benz E class and Toyota Avalon earned top honors among six large cars tested for crashworthiness by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. The Tesla Model S fell short in some tests.
Lincoln's new extended-length Navigator will be nearly a foot longer than the redesigned 2018 Navigator and include more cargo space than the regular version.
Lincoln has received the U.S. Postal Service's Irresistible Mail Grand Champion Award for the best interactive mail piece that engages through innovative print design and digital technologies.
Saying that its Chauffeur program is “generating a lot of interest,” Ford Motor Co.'s Lincoln luxury brand has expanded the recently-launched pilot program to a second market.
Lincoln is expanding a recently-launched pilot program that lets users summon a chauffeur to drive them around in their own car.
A top marketing executive at Ford, once identified as an Automotive News Rising Star, is leaving the company at a time when its U.S. market share is sliding.
Ford's sales dropped 7.1 percent in April -- its fourth-straight US monthly decline -- because of poor retail performance and declines in the car and truck segments as demand continues to cool.
Lincoln probably wouldn't survive as a stand-alone company, and if Ford isn't careful, it risks leaving Lincoln to the same fate as Mercury, Oldsmobile and Plymouth, a reader writes.
Lincoln expects the redesigned 2018 Navigator, which goes on sale this fall, to recapture the nameplate's now-faded prominence in a growing segment.
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