Lincoln MKC is a luxury crossover, which was first introduced in 2014, the second generation of the model 2018 Lincoln MKC will like its predecessor, will be built on Ford’s Global C platform. Because very soon come not expected many radical changes to the car, there will be slight refreshments inside and outside. Comes with new turbo engine which will be the biggest change on the car. Model from 2014 has sold more than 13,000 copies, the manufacturer expects that the new model will greatly increase those numbers.
2018 Lincoln MKC Exterior and Interior
The exterior of the 2018 Lincoln MKC will be a lot changed. The car comes with three trim Premiere, Select, and Reserve. The premiere comes with Xenon headlights, LED lamps and 18-inch alloy wheels. Select a package will have all the characteristics of Premier package and folding mirrors, while the Reserve package has besides all this and liftgate.
2018 Lincoln MKC will in no properties standard upholstery leather that will increase the comfort of all five passengers, also the front seats will have settings that will contribute to absolutely everyone can adjust it to fit. There are also luxurious elements you would expect from this car as well as details of the wood, the company never spared on that. Besides that, there will be MyLincoln infotainment systems with 8-inch touch screen, through which it will control the navigation system, the car sound system, dual-zone climate comptroller and Bluetooth. Also, the car will be very safe with collision warning system with brake support and blind spot monitoring system, as well as airbags.
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2018 Lincoln MKC Engine and Performance
The main change is coming on the engine. The first engine is 2.0-liter EcoBooost direct injection engine, which will have 240 horsepower, with a torque of 350 Nm. The second engine is a 2.3-liter also EcoBoost engine which is capable of developing 285 horsepower and 415 Nm of torque. Both engines will be equipped with the new 9-speed automatic transmission. Drive to all four wheels will be part of the standard equipment of this luxury crossover. About fuel consumption still no information but it is assumed that the new model will be more economical than its predecessor.