NAIAS 2015: 2016 Lincoln MKX Leaked Before Show Debut
Coming straight from a leaked URL on Lincoln’s Canadian website is the 2016 MKX.
Autoblog reports the “airplane design”-inspired premium crossover shares some of its looks with the 2015 MKC. Power comes from a 2.7-liter EcoBoost. Horsepower should be somewhere north of 300. No transmission was mentioned as of this writing, but speculation points to the same six-speed unit found in the Ford Edge.
Other features include: HID lamps with LED accenting; glass roof; hands-free power liftgate; 360-degree front-mounted camera; leather seating with optional heating/cooling and 22-way adjustment; 13- or 19-speaker Revel audio system; and (as pictured) MyLincoln Touch.
The new MKX is set to arrive in showrooms this summer.
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