Car & Driver
Lincoln Design Changes: Ex-Cadillac Designer Demoted, New Chief Appointed
A little more than three years ago, Ford hired away GM designer Max Wolff from Cadillac to head and reshape the styling direction of its luxury division Lincoln.
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Lincoln works for good first impression in China
Ford has a chance to make a first impression with its Lincoln brand in China, and it is not taking the rare opportunity lightly.
Mon Apr 21, 2014
Report: Mark Fields expected as next Ford CEO
Bloomberg is reporting that Ford Chief Operating Officer Mark Fields will be named as the company's next CEO when Alan Mulally retires.
The Real Deal
Cats and coffees come to Nolita.
America's first cat cafA© coming to Nolita, behind the scenes of Rupert Murdoch's $57M One Madison buy a and more My Uncle Aiden got an almost new cream Lincoln MKS Sedan by working part time off of a laptop.
The Auto Channel
2014 Lincoln MKZ Review by Steve Purdy +VIDEO
The original Lincoln Zephyr of 1936 broke new ground for the Lincoln branch of the Ford Motor Company tree.
Sun Apr 20, 2014
Detroit Free Press
Lincoln making the most of its fresh start in China
In every Lincoln dealership throughout China, the Personalization Studio will let customers visually explore the models, colors and features, configure their desired vehicle and view a life-size image of the vehicle inside and out with family and friends before selecting.
Sat Apr 19, 2014
Next-Gen Lincoln MKX Previewed With Beijing Auto Show Concept
Lincoln's current MKX has been on sale since the 2007 model year and has only been updated once during all these years.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
Christian Science Monitor
Ford launches Lincoln brand in China
A staff member stands near a Lincoln MKZ Sedan on display during a press event in Beijing, China.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Lincoln Launches in China
It may be a little late to the party, but Lincoln has finally launched in China, the world's biggest market for new cars.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Ford Quietly Appoints New Design Chief For Lincoln
Australian designer Max Wolff has been dropped from the lead design role at Lincoln, with British designer David Woodhouse serving as his successor.