Ford Motor, which stopped reporting U.S. monthly sales nearly two years ago, has reversed course and will release monthly figures for the “foreseeable future,” Automotive News reports. Ford says it wants to give investors more detail on its U.S. performance during the pandemic. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, Ford and much of the rest of the industry followed General Motors in switching to quarterly reporting... Meanwhile, Ford’s Lincoln brand has earned an interesting — and potentially dubious — distinction, the only major luxury brand to abandon the passenger car segment entirely. The last Lincoln Continental sedan rolled off the line Friday. At this point, Lincoln is following the lead of its parent, as Ford has killed off all of its passenger car models with the exception of the Mustang...