The leak contains a smorgasbord of photos and information about the new MKX, which was previewed in concept form at last year’s Beijing Auto Show.
Images show much of the concept’s styling lines have carried over to the production version, with both the front and rear ends virtually identical to the concept.
High-intensity headlamps with LED daytime running lights can be seen, while the Lincoln badge in front of the bonnet slides upwards to reveal a camera.
Interior pics show a push-button automatic transmission and central infotainment touchscreen along with dual-zone climate control and heated and cooled seats; which features 22-way adjustability.
There’s also leather trim, a panoramic roof, wood-grain surfaces and a 13- or 19-speaker audio system - the latter being optional.
The MKX will offer three steering modes - Comfort, Sport and Normal - and the Lincoln Drive Control system will also feature.
The leak reveals power in at least one form may come from a 2.7 litre twin-turbocharged V6 EcoBoost engine, but there’s no mention of the engine’s output or any transmission options. All-wheel-drive is expected to be available.
Lincoln says the MKX is “inspired by [aeroplane] design", and the new model carries many similarities to the smaller MKC.
Stay tuned to TMR for more from the Detroit Auto Show.
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