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New Lincoln Zephyr to replace MKZ?

MotorAuthority Thursday, 18 April 2019
New Lincoln Zephyr to replace MKZ?Ford's decision to kill off all passenger cars save for the Mustang has left Lincoln's two sedans in limbo. However, a new trademark filing suggests the current Lincoln MKZ could find new life—and boast a familiar name. Car and Driver reported Wednesday that Ford recently filed for a new trademark for "Zephyr" rather than a renewal of the...
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