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What's Next For Lincoln Vehicle Line-Up?

Posted on January 25, 2016

With two sedans, three crossovers, and a big SUV, it's fair to say that Lincoln has now covered the basics. Last week, I asked Lincoln president Kumar Galhotra whether the Lincoln product line was now complete.

"I think we have a very strong core portfolio," he said. "We have strong products in all of the core segments in the U.S. and in China."

But, he said, there are more new models for Lincoln on the way.

[Soon, the oldest Lincoln left in the lineup will be the big MKT crossover, last overhauled for the 2013 model year. And given that its Ford sibling, the Explorer, was revamped for 2016, it's likely that a refreshed MKT is already in the works].

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