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2016 Lincoln MKX introduced at the Detroit Auto Show

Lincoln’s 2016 MKX arrived at the 2015 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) and promises to attract new customers with its improved design. As standard, the MKX will be offered with a 3.7-liter V6 petrol engine, delivering 300 hp and 280 lb-ft of torque.

As an option, the 2016 Lincoln MKX will be offered with a 2.7-liter twin-turbocharged TI-VCT EcoBoost V6 engine producing more than 330 hp and more than 370 lb-ft of torque.

Both engines are bolted to a six-speed automatic transmission with push-button shift and SelectShift. Power is delivered to the front wheels as standard, while the Intelligent All-Wheel Drive system is optional. The Lincoln Drive Control optimizes performance and offers three distinct modes: Normal, Sport and Comfort.

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2016 Lincoln MKX to feature a Revel audio system

The 2016 Lincoln MKX will feature an available Revel audio system when the carmaker starts selling the premium midsize crossover in 2015. Revel, known for its high-end audiophile speaker systems, will fit one of its products in the MKX. The collaboration between Lincoln and Revel will last for 10 years. Revel is brand owned by Harman International Industries Inc.

According to Matt VanDyke, director of global Lincoln, each and every Lincoln will be made available with a Revel system, a house-bound pair of which could cost over $20,000. The premium Black Label versions of the 2016 MKX will feature the 19-speaker Revel Ultima system as standard and a 12-speaker system.

Other MKX in other trims will have the Revel system as an option, the price of which will remain unknown until Lincoln starts selling the midsize crossover. According to Phil Eyler, senior vice president and general manager for Harman, Lincoln and Revel “shared brand values, the commitment to quality, craftsmanship and high performance.“

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Auto China 2014: Lincoln MKX Concept previews a global SUV [w/video]

Lincoln Motor Company officially revealed the MKX Concept during the Auto China 2014 held in Beijing. Designed to get the attention of many customers around the world, this concept model acts as a preview to a global SUV that is slated to be the third of four models released by the brand by 2016. By unveiling such a model in Beijing, this marks the first time that the brand will be presenting a concept model outside of the U.S.

Having a design that is inspired by motorbikes and airplanes, this concept model is able to show feelings of agility and power. As such, it allows a peek into the future of this American luxury brand especially as it enters the Chinese market, a rapidly growing one. The main goal set for the Lincoln MKX Concept was to have a final execution that would be able to satisfy the world's luxury customers and also delight them at the same time.

To make this happen, the brand conducted various customer research clinics in the U.S. and China in order to get the needed feedback on the model's design. Indeed, an intensive study of luxury customers in China over the last few years has shown that the preference was for a premium medium utility vehicle to have sportiness and off-road capability.

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2014 Lincoln MKX to have tree-based components

Lincoln has introduced tree-based components inside the 2014 Lincoln MKX crossover. The alternative to fiberglass, tree-based renewable components is a result of a three-year collaboration between The Lincoln Motor Company, Weyerhaeuser and Johnson Controls. Using tree-harvested natural fibers, Weyerhaeuser created Cellulose Reinforced Polypropylene, which is lighter and more eco-friendly than fiberglass.

Cellulose Reinforced Polypropylene will be introduced on the 2014 Lincoln MKX vehicles that will be built early next year. Cellulose Reinforced Polypropylene replaces the fiberglass material used in the floor console armrest substrate, which is a structural piece placed within the center console armrest. Pieces made from Cellulose Reinforced Polypropylene are around 6 percent lighter, and cuts dependence fiberglass parts, which are less-environmentally friendly.

The use of Cellulose Reinforced Polypropylene --  currently used in small components -- marks a technological innovation that could play a more influential role in the future, according to Ellen Lee, plastics research technical expert for Ford Motor Co.

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Ford Motor Co. revealed the 2011 Lincoln MKX Crossover, a reskinned version of the popular vehicle featuring a newly sculpted tailgate and new exhaust tips as well as the split-front waterfall grille and basic body design. Scheduled to be unveiled later today at the Detroit Auto Show, the 2011 MKX carries a 3.7-liter V6 engine delivering 305 hp (a 15% power boost comparing it to the previous generation) and capable to show a fuel consumption of 25 mpg on the highway, according to FoMoCo.

Inside, the new MKX is more luxurious with hand-stitched seams, while the second row of seats offers more leg room. What is even more interesting is that the MKX will feature Ford's new driver connect technology, which uses two liquid crystal display screens showing the speedometer, gasoline gauge and other information 

The vehicle also has an 8-inch touch screen to control audio, navigation, climate control and phone. According to the manufacturer all Lincoln vehicles will have this technology, dubbed "MyLincoln Touch," as standard equipment.

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Ford Motor Co. announced that the first vehicle to get its new instrument panel technology with two liquid crystal displays and an 8-inch touch screen in the center console is the reskinned Lincoln MKX crossover.

The liquid crystal screens show the speedometer, fuel gauge and other displays. The 8-inch screen controls the audio, navigation, climate control and phone.

Company spokesman Alan Hall said that this would be how Ford interiors will look and that soon, the entire interior of the car will be digital. Be on the lookout for the reskinned MKX to arrive this summer.

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Lincoln has been very busy in improving the appearance, quality, power, and efficiency of this brand's models. In fact, the EPA ratings of the 2011 Lincoln MKX indicate that it is the most efficient midsize crossover in its class.

In comparison with the Lexus RX350, BMW X5, or the Infiniti FX, the 2011 Lincoln MKX was determined to be 1-5 mpg better in both city and highway performance. In addition, it beats all but the 2010 SRX and 2010 RX350 in combined efficiency at 21 mpg (the comparison ends in a tie).

Based on the same basic underpinnings as the 2011 Ford Edge, the MKX derives its power from Ford's new 3.7-liter V-6 engine rated at 305hp and 280 pound-feet of torque.

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A facelifted version of Ford Motor Co.'s Lincoln MKX mid-size crossover comes into the 2011 model year wearing the brand's new signature DNA. All areas of the 2011 Lincoln MKX were refreshed. It was given new features and technologies not available anywhere else, a new interior and exterior design, a new powertrain and a variety of other improvements.

The front looks completely different as it gets the more distinctive, split wing grille plus a completely new front fascia. It had also been given newly available HID headlamps and LED tail-lamps, and newly contoured fenders and hood.

Giving it a more aggressive look are new four-inch-oval exhaust tips. Power for the 2011 Lincoln MKX comes from Ford's latest 3.7-liter Duratec V-6, which employs new technologies such as Twin Independent Variable Camshaft Timing (Ti-VCT) to increase horsepower and torque without compromising fuel economy. Peak output was raised to 305hp and 280-pound-feet of torque, which are up 15% and 12%, respectively, over the 2010 model.

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