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Lincoln is one of the few American brands that, having crossed the 100-year age limit, survived the era of ruthless liquidations and takeovers.
Witnessing the golden era of the overseas auto industry, the brand is still afloat with a range of expensive models and representation in the world's most capacious markets.
Cars bearing the name of the 16th American president first appeared on the roads when the world was already aware of the practical and commercial appeal of the automobile.
It was 1917, and the new brand was founded by Henry Leland, an engineer who had previously created the first American luxury brand, Cadillac.
Not surprisingly, Leland's new brand was also intended to be premium. It has remained so to this day, although already in 1922 production became the property of Ford.
Interestingly, the father of motorization, Henry Ford, at that time still seemed to profess the idea of cheap people's car - and relied exclusively on the mass Model T, which in the basic version cost as much as $ 260.
Oddly enough, that didn't stop Ford from pricing their Lincoln at $5,000.
Despite the high price, the first models were successful.
Further, Lincoln Motor Company forever remained under the wing of Ford as the top brand of the concern - above Ford and Mercury itself.
And interestingly, for quite a long time - until the 1970s - Lincoln had nothing in common with the people's Fords, except for engines.
But the time has come and even the most conservative part of the automotive world has realized that there is something more convenient than sedans.
One of the first to announce this was the Lincoln Motor Company, which in 1998 launched a large premium SUV, the Lincoln Navigator, on the market.
Since then, SUVs and crossovers have begun to multiply in the company's model line: Navigator, Aviator, Nautilus (aka MKX), Corsair. And now there are more of them in the catalog than sedans.