Where is the Lincoln Car Company from?

I’m in the market for a new luxury car, but I always try to buy American. While I’m fairly certain that limits my options, I think the Lincoln Car Company might be American. Where is Lincoln from?

Eric Schad · Answered on Sep 30, 2022
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Known as the Lincoln Motor Company—or, more popularly, just as Lincoln—this car company is from Dearborn, Michigan, which is a suburb of Detroit. Founded in 1917, Lincoln has defined American luxury for over 100 years and was named after Abraham Lincoln.
Interestingly, Lincoln founder Henry M. Leland was also the founder of Cadillac—the only two remaining American luxury brands. In 1922, Ford purchased the Lincoln name and eventually merged it as a wholly owned subsidiary of the Ford Motor Company—an arrangement that remains to this day.
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