While the former MKX couldn't hide much of its Ford Edge-derived DNA, the all-new 2016 model has a design language that is undeniably Lincoln and builds upon the design language introduced in last year's MKC. The mid-size MKX comes loaded with a handful of party tricks including daytime running lights that gradually brighten and door handles are illuminated as the driver comes within 9 feet of the car.
The car is also the first car in the lineup to feature an audio system from Revel, Harman's flagship audiophile brand which is making its automotive debut, exclusively with Lincoln. The car will have two powertrain options that include a 300-hp, 3.7L V6 and a 330-hp 2.7L twin-turbocharged EcoBoost V6 engine.
Other features include a nifty little 360-degree camera that pops out of the Lincoln badge, available 22-way adjustable seats, a panoramic glass roof, Lincoln Black label trim customizations, and driver assist technologies such as Auto Hold that keeps you from having to press the brake pedal repeatedly while in traffic.
Available this Fall, Price $TBD, More at Lincoln.com.