Re: Future Product Guide: Ford-Lincoln - AutomotiveNews
"Ford Motor is working on a flagship Lincoln sedan, known internally as the Continental, that could become or replace the MKS. It has a transverse-mounted front engine and all-wheel drive."
MKS and New Continental will sell side by side(in the US but NOT in China), until the new Mustang based smaller MKS sedan is launched.
On the Ford side, a Fusion ST and SHO is what's needed to take on the Charger, especially with the Taurus getting even larger.