WASHINGTON – Shifting gears from performance to fuel economy, Ford Motor Co.’s Lincoln division unveils its first hybrid-electric vehicle here in the nation's capital. The ’11 MKZ Hybrid shares the same second-generation HEV powertrain as the Ford Fusion sedan, but comes in a premium package aimed at luxury buyers. Lincoln engineers targeted the Lexus HS 250h, the leading luxury hybrid, aiming for better performance and fuel economy and quieter operation. The marketing executives also ...
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