2018 MKX Design
The exterior of the 2018 Lincoln MKX has been crafted with sweeping lines that effortlessly flow from the front of the vehicle to the back. These lines allow the MKX to give off a sense of motion, even while standing still. When you're walking up to your MKX, it will be able to sense the key fob in your pocket or purse and will project a welcome mat along the sides of the vehicle to welcome you back. As soon as you get inside and turn the engine on, the side-view mirrors, which have previously been tucked away for safety, will automatically fold out and you'll be ready to roll.
The inside of the 2018 MKX is filled with just as many, if not more, impressive and sophisticated design aspects as the exterior. The available ambient lighting is perfect for setting the mood as you drive home from dinner. You'll be able to choose from seven different colors so the perfect lighting will always be ready at the press of a button. The interior of the 2018 MKX also features unique wood trims that really bring your style to the next level. These real-wood trims accent the center console, as well as the door appliqués and the steering wheel.
2018 MKX Technology
Available on the 2018 MKX is an Active Park Assist feature that is a must for anyone who doesn't like parking in tight spaces. Ultrasonic sensors located around the vehicle are able to search for and find a parking spot in which the MKX will fit inside of. Then, as you control the brake, the accelerator, and shift the gears, the 2018 MKX will begin to perfectly park itself. The ultrasonic sensors will be able to keep your vehicle from getting too close to others, and you'll wonder why you never parked like this before. Want to know the best part? This system can even parallel park.
Also available on the 2018 MKX is a Lane-Keeping System. We've all found ourselves in a situation where we accidentally veer off into a different lane while we're cruising down the highway, and hopefully we catch it in time before anything serious happens. In order to prevent any unintentional veering, the Lane-Keeping System monitors your position on the road, and when it detects that you're beginning to veer off, it will send you warnings and vibrations to get your attention and keep you in the proper lane.