Lincoln MKZ Hybrid honored with prestigious design award from Global Green USA

Global Green USA honored the newest Lincoln at its 11th Annual Sustainable Design Awards in New York. Kelly Rutherford, an actress best known for her role in the popular TV series "Gossip Girl," presented the honor to Sue Cischke, Ford Motor Company's group vice president for Sustainability, Environment and Safety Engineering.

Source: Lincoln via Ford Motor Company

The Lincoln MKZ Hybrid is now a winner of Global Green USA's award for design innovation.
Global Green USA honored the newest Lincoln at its 11th Annual Sustainable Design Awards in New York. Kelly Rutherford, an actress best known for her role in the popular TV series "Gossip Girl," presented the honor to Sue Cischke, Ford Motor Company's group vice president for Sustainability, Environment and Safety Engineering.

"The Lincoln MKZ Hybrid represents a significant achievement by a car company to create the first hybrid luxury vehicle to get more than 40 mpg in the city," said Global Green President Matt Petersen. "We are so pleased to recognize the vehicle's environmental benefits, as well as Lincoln's commitment to make the vehicle accessible to more of the public by offering the car at price parity with its conventional gas only version - the first hybrid vehicle to be sold this way."

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