FRANKFURT, Jan 31 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co is discussing whether to transform its Lincoln into a global premium brand, its chief executive told Germany's Auto Motor und Sport. "We are considering distribution in Europe and Asia. We already sell Lincolns in the Middle East," Alan Mulally told the magazine in an interview published on Thursday. Lincoln, which builds the full-size Navigator sport utility vehicle, sold nearly 130,700 cars worldwide last year, but only 1 percent of those ...
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