Ford's luxury car division, Lincoln (formerly the Lincoln Motor Company), is a division of the American automaker Ford. For almost its entire lifetime, Lincoln has battled against its General Motors rival Cadillac as one of the top premium car brands in the United States. With the 1940 Lincoln Continental, the division developed the personal luxury car segment; more recently, the 1998 Lincoln Navigator was the first full-size luxury SUV. Henry M. Leland formed the Lincoln Motor Company in 1917 and named it after Abraham Lincoln. The corporation was purchased by Ford in February 1922, and it is still owned by Ford today.
Following WWII, Ford formed the Lincoln-Mercury Division, which paired Lincoln with its mid-range Mercury brand, which lasted until Mercury's closure in 2010. Lincoln returned to its former name, Lincoln Motor Company, at the end of 2012. Following the sale of Premier Automotive Group (Jaguar, Land Rover, Aston Martin, and Volvo) and the closing of Mercury, Lincoln is Ford Motor Company's only premium brand. Continental began as a separate division above Lincoln before being absorbed into the company in 1959. The Continental-branded Mark series was sold by Lincoln from 1969 to 1986, when it was renamed Lincoln.
The Lincoln four-point star symbol is based on a badge that first appeared on the Continental Mark II in 1956; the new iteration debuted in 1980. Lincoln's latest model lineup includes premium crossovers and sport utility vehicles. Lincoln has manufactured limousine and livery cars throughout its history, with many examples serving as official state limousines for Presidents of the United States. The "MK" naming scheme was extended for 2019, when the MKX received a mid-cycle redesign and was renamed the Lincoln Nautilus.
Lincoln introduced the 80th Anniversary Coach Door Edition to celebrate the nameplate's 80th anniversary, marking the introduction of a long-wheelbase Lincoln Continental. The first factory-built Lincoln, with a starting price of more than $100,000, marked the return of the rear-hinged door configuration (after a 40-year absence). In 2019, the MKT (including the MKT Town Car livery version) was phased out, signalling the end of the Town Car nameplate's use.
The Lincoln model line was expanded even further for 2020, with the return of the Aviator mid-size SUV (again, a Ford Explorer competitor); the resurrected Aviator provides the first hybrid-electric system in a Lincoln SUV. The long-wheelbase coach-door Continental is now only available in Black Label trim as a standard production model. The MKC was replaced by the Lincoln Corsair, which remained a Ford Escape/Kuga rival. Due to the success of SUVs, Lincoln revealed in 2020 that it will stop producing the Continental and MKZ sedans by the end of the year.
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