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"Designers are the rock stars of this industry." That was one of the very first things I was told by an industry veteran when I was just starting out.
In 1956, the designation of the world's most expensive car belonged to Lincoln.
The Lincoln MKZ Hybrid gets 45 miles per gallon, period: whether you're in the city, on the highway, or somewhere in between, the Lincoln Motor Company expects you to get that figure anytime.