On Wednesday first July, 2020, Ford Motor Company announced its decision to for all time, end manufacturing of the Lincoln Continental built at the Blue Oval’s Flat Rock Assembly Plant.
Ford’s decision is only the most recent in the Dearborn automaker’s drawn out system of discarding vehicles and reduced vehicles for a more extensive cluster of benefit rich trucks and SUVs that U.S. customers have come to like.
This plan by the automaker also brings Ford nearer to satisfying the methodology it announced in 2018 of not manufacturing traditional vehicles. They only thought of creating models like the Mustang and its numerous variations.
However, authorities of Ford say, Lincoln is somewhat considering putting resources into growth segments. The brand will feature a full arrangement of SUVs, including a completely electric vehicle later on.
Lincoln has vowed to continue keeping its most up to date SUVs new and will have more news to share not long from now.
As indicated by Kozleski, who is a representative of the outfit, the 2021 model of the Continental will be offered in Ford’s China showcase, before the model is ceased there.
Kozleski further said, Ford has no aim of laying anybody off due to the suspension of the Continental vehicle.
In 2019, Ford sold more than 6,400 Continentals, which is approximately 25% from the earlier year (2018). The brand in general conveyed in excess of 112,000 vehicles, a large portion of them being SUVs.
Ford’s purpose behind dropping the Continental vehicle is only for economic sense. Besides, it is because the luxury sedan shares the same chassis as the Ford Fusion, and Fusion production is slated to end this year.