June 2010 |
Connecting North America
Lincoln will have seven all-newor signifcantly rereshed vehicles in our years.
Driving rom A to B in anenvironmentally riendly way.
Dealers will driveenhanced consumerexperience and growth.
U.S. sales are up 23 percent,Canada remains on top.
Ford improves in ALG study.
The Fiesta is comingwith a class-leading push.
American Journey 2.0will create a new market or technology.
Ford racer to light up the Internet withGymkhana THREE debut.
Ford puts on national tourand raises money or military charity.
Explore the success o HenryFord’s village industry.
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Michele Holtcamp |
Julie Yeiter |
Brian Wybenga |
Keith Tolman, Sam VarnHagen, Tom Wojnowski
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Ford recently marked another important milestone inour company’s transormation as we solidied plans tourther grow our Ford brand while accelerating Lincoln.Earlier this month, we announced plans to introduceseven new or signicantly upgraded Lincoln vehicles in thenext our years, including our rst-ever C-segment vehicle.We also announced that we will end productiono Mercury vehicles in the ourth quarter o this year.While Mercury served us well in the past, it now is timeto ully devote our resources and attention to growingLincoln – just as we have been doing so successully with the Ford brand.We have a solid oundation or our Lincoln business andnow plan to accelerate the development o products withstandout design, class-leading technology and power-trains that oer top perormance and uel-eciency.This is an exciting time in our business and I wouldencourage each o you to become amiliar with ourimportant plans or Lincoln as we urther grow the brand.Thank you or your continued hard work and support.
Mark FieldsPresident, The Americas
For more perspective rom Mark Fields on the Lincoln and Mercury news, see page 3.