Lincoln has introduced the MKX Concept today at Beijing Motor Show, announcing the company's intentions to offer a global SUV in the next couple of years.
It's actually Lincoln's first ever concept to be unveiled outside United States and features a very aggressive stance thanks to the large 21-inch alloy wheels together with a short rear overhang while up front is the usual split-wing grille together with LED headlights. Cabin illumination should be great thanks to the large panoramic glass surface of the roof.
Lincoln hasn't released photos of the interior or details about what's hiding underneath its skin which appears to be similar with the Ford Edge concept introduced back in November at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
The production version of the MKX Concept will be out probably in 2015 and will be followed by another all-new model most likely in 2016.