In a last-ditch effort to save the ailing Lincoln luxury car brand, the Ford Motor Company is planning to invest $1 billion to reboot its image with new cars and revamped dealerships.
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Speculation has finally stopped swirling around Lincoln’s latest iteration of the MKS full-size luxury sedan.
Following a stagnant May sales month, Ford posted a big 13.6 percent year-over year sales gain for June, totaling 194,114, and year-to-date sales are up 12.4 percent on the heels of strong sales for new cars and SUVs.
Lincoln isn't bringing the MKS to China when it launches later this year, as there are talks of a "new large sedan" that will be better-suited to that specific market.