At the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, the Lincoln company introduced an updated version of the Lincoln MKX 2012 model year. Externally MKX got a new grille and front bumper. He also has new headlights, fenders and hood. The rear lights now on fashionable LED and standard 18-inch wheels can be replaced with 20-inch extra charge. Inside, the new Lincoln MKX has become more luxurious and advanced compared to its predecessor. The car has received an innovative system MyLincoln Touch, which replaces traditional buttons on the center console are five buttons on the LCD touch screen on phones and MP3-players. The company says that, unlike similar systems competitors, MyLincoln Touch, you can configure and save data for different drivers, then to a single click to select the previously saved settings. In addition, amenities Lincoln IBC includes voice navigation system, HD radio, adaptive cruise control, support ITunes tags and the system Collision Warning, able to brake the vehicle independently. Under the hood of the SUV is a 3.7-liter Duratec V6 with dual independent cam, which develops 305 hp capacity. The car also received a sports suspension settings (have been modified springs, shock absorbers and stabilizer bars) and disc brakes all four qualitative wheels.