NEW YORK — Ford Motor Co.'s premium American luxury car will remain just that, says Victor H. Doolan, vice president of the Premier Automotive Group (PAG). European luxury is not always easy to use, because it is not spacious, he explains. Therefore, Lincoln's aspirations to become a global brand have been put on the back burner because of the decision to focus the brand on the American luxury segment. “If there are opportunities we can look at in Europe, it will be in the future,” ...

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