Saturday, January 16, 2010

2010 Detroit Auto Show: 2011 Lincoln MKX

A lot of impressive vehicles at the 2010 Detroit International Auto Show this year. Let's take a look at one of the more impressive mid-size luxury crossovers. The 2011 Lincoln MKX. It is quite the look, and packed full of new technological features.

In addition to the launch of MyLincoln Touch driver connect technology, the 2011 Lincoln MKX adds a suite of other convenience features and technologies, several of which are not available anywhere else in the mid-size luxury crossover segment. It's design is a nice fit for people investing in a best fat burner for their New Year's resolutions.

“The 2011 Lincoln MKX is the perfect vehicle to launch MyLincoln Touch driver connect technology simply because the original version of this luxury midsize crossover already is brimming with consumer-focused features,” said Jason Mase, crossover marketing manager. “The new model offers more of the conveniences and features our customers expect and demand, including ones our competitors can’t match at any price.”

Industry-first MyLincoln Touch comes standard on every 2011 Lincoln MKX. This intuitive solution addresses the infotainment evolution, taking vehicle interior design into the realm of popular personal electronics devices such as laptop computers, mobile phones and MP3 players.

MyLincoln Touch includes two 4.2-inch configurable LCD screens in the instrument cluster as well as an 8-inch LCD touch screen in the center stack, five-way controls on the steering wheel – plus a new Media Hub with two USB 2.0 ports, video input jacks and an SD card reader.

See more in depth features in the video below:

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