Mulally revealed to the German rag that his company already sells Lincolns in the Middle East, though we're not sure if those are just Town Cars and Navigators destined for limousine service. Actually building out the entire brand for export, however, is another story that would require a major investment and some smart marketing. Fortunately, Ford says that if Lincoln ever does travel abroad, it will be "sometime in the future" since the focus is on building the brand in North America. Even in that respect, Lincoln's got a long way to go just to catch up to its cross-town rival Cadillac, which at the moment is enjoying all the critical acclaim heaped upon its new CTS sedan.
[Source: Automotive News, sub. req'd]