The Lincoln Versailles was a luxury spin-off of the Ford Granada. The Versailles and the early Cadillac Seville are the original smaller size luxury cars.
The car was sold from 1977 to 1980. Most noticeable differences from the Ford and Mercury counterparts, were the signature Lincoln hump on the trunk lid, and quad headlamp treatment. Engines during the production run were the 302 (133hp) and 351 (135hp) V8s backed by a C4 transmission. The Versailles ended its run after 1980.