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2021 Lincoln Nautilus facelift unveiled for the US
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23rd Nov 2020
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2021 Lincoln Nautilus facelift unveiled for the US

Ford's luxury arm Lincoln has taken the wraps off its facelifted Nautilus crossover, ahead of a US market launch in early 2021. The refreshed Lincoln Nautilus is a twin under the skin to the Ford Endura, known in the US as the Ford Edge. Yesterday it was announced the Endura would be discontinued in Australia.
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Alex Misoyannis
Lincoln not coming to Australia, but will build cars in China for the first time
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21st Apr 2019
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Lincoln not coming to Australia, but will build cars in China for the first time

Ford has invested heavily to renew the Lincoln range, boosting its coverage in the SUV market, and giving each model in the brand distinctive high-end interiors. At present the Lincoln brand sells vehicles in North America, the Middle East, and China. Joy Falotico, president of Lincoln, told CarAdvice, "We're happy we're at, and where we're represented around the world".
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Derek Fung
Lincoln Aviator plug-in crossover revealed
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28th Mar 2018
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Lincoln Aviator plug-in crossover revealed

Ford Motor Company's premium division, Lincoln, is putting its bleak days behind it and making bold American luxury cars again. The Aviator 'preview' SUV being shown in New York this week continues the trend. It's a three-row crossover SUV to sit below the Navigator, and the company's first plug-in hybrid (PHEV). The vehicle you see is nominally a concept, but expect few changes to appear on the production model due next year.
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Mike Costello
2017 Seoul motor show: On the ground in Korea
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1st Apr 2017
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2017 Seoul motor show: On the ground in Korea

Started in 1995 and run biennially since 2005, the Seoul motor show is one of Asia's biggest auto shows behind Tokyo, Shanghai, and China. And while it may be smaller than the major European and US shows, this year CarAdvice was invited along to check it out first hand. Held at the Korea International Exhibition Centre (KINTEX), the Seoul motor show takes place in Goyang city, north-east of Seoul, and is officially hosted by the Korea Automobile Manufacturers Association (KAMA).
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David Zalstein