If Ford Brought Back the Bronco, Could the Lincoln Continental Return One Day, Too?

Top exec says don't rule out the possibility

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History buffs, gearheads and Ford fans got some bad news earlier this year when the Ford Motor Company announced that the Lincoln Continental—the long and luscious sedan of movie stars and presidents—would cease production at the end of 2020. With car buyers abandoning sedans in favor of trucks and SUVs, Ford’s move wasn’t entirely unexpected. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles nixed its own Chrysler 200 and Dodge Dart in 2016, and GM put its Cadillac XTS up on the blocks in October of last year.

But the Continental was arguably the most storied brand of the lot to be retired, more esteemed than even Chevrolet’s celebrated Impala, which also drove into the sunset in January of this year.




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