Ford Inside News
is reporting that the rear-drive luxury coupe would likely pack an EcoBoost V6 (rather than a V8), but with a turbocharger or two, that could still motivate a whole lot of leather and chrome. Don't get too excited just yet, though, because the Lincoln coupe is anything but a sure thing, and is still a few years off at best. In order to reach that point, the new brass at Lincoln will need to prove itself to Ford's higher-ups by making a success of more mainstream products. In the next couple of years, Lincoln will be launching a new MKS, MKX, Navigator and more, along with the new MKZ and a compact crossover based on the Ford Escape.