Lincoln is an automaker. It is a division of the American automobile manufacturer Ford. In recent years, it still has a good performance within the industry. It sees a positive future in overseas markets like China. In 2021, its SUVs increased sales by 5.3 percent and gained 0.4 percent of the retail market share. With the good future of the EV market, it also researches the energy vehicles.
The 1930s marked the extinction of many luxury brands, it continued to build on its unique heritage. Its flagship was the magnificent k series launched in 1931. The K proved very durable and beautiful. The Z introduced the one-piece windshield and featured a powerful lightweight V12 engine. It was a huge success. It was honored in 1951 by the Museum of Modern Art. Its most celebrated product was the Continental. It shows the elegance and style of Europe in the American way. The important element of the Luxury image was revived later. It introduced the new V8 engine in 1952. Therefore, it could dominate the 2,000-mile PanAm race in 52, 53, and 54. In 1955 it launched another classic design model. It was Mark II. Its style is unique and elegant. The 1980s brought about major changes not only at Lincoln but in the whole auto business. The fuel economy became prosperous. Under this background, it introduced the trimmer version of Continental. It carried an efficient 5 liter V8 and the industry's first four-speed automatic overdrive transmission. In the 1980s, it installed the industry's first electronic panel message center.