Since 1922, Lincoln has been providing luxury-level vehicles to the Ford Motor Company, when Henry Ford purchased it after much insistence of son Edsel. It all began when co-founder of Cadillac, Henry Leland quit his CEO position when owners resisted making military aircraft to be used in World War I. Assisted by his son, Leland began the Lincoln Motor Company, named after his favorite US president. This is how they began building Liberty Aircraft engines. When war was up, they shifted to making cars once and for all. Interesting to point out, that today, Lincoln is Cadillac’s main rival. Because many US presidents have been driven around in stately Lincoln products, we could say it’s a President’s staple official vehicle. Some of its most successful models are the Zephyrs at the early stages and the luxurious Continental with the signature spare tire mounted on the back. The Town Car it’s a retiree’s favorite. Lincoln has made a mark with that car. More recently, with the Navigator Sports Utility Vehicle. This is super popular from rap stars to pro athletes to well-to-do families, especially with those that have more than the average 2.5 children. Even though they recently took a set back with sales numbers, they have moved to a sleeker, letter-based naming scheme for all models. Their line up is now lettered, and it includes the LT pickup, the sporty MKZ sedan, the luxurious MKS sedan, and the MKX crossover that debuted in 2007. With these well-rounded fleet, Lincoln foreseeable future is they will continue to do well for the years to come.