During the LA Auto Show last year, Ford gave its line of midsize sedans an upgrade through the 2010 Lincoln MKZ. The new MKZ was treated with a better interior, a facelift, and bunch of standard fetures like what was done with the Mercury Milan and the Ford Fusion.
Ford wants to further boost the image of the MKZ and its owner by releasing the Executive Appearance modification package. The option further adds to the accessory choices to meet luxury comfort and function. The upgrade expands the choices of how owners can modify their Lincoln MKZ.
The luxury package include features like high quality door trims with stitching, arm rest insert that comes with the new center console, leather seats by Bridge of Weir, instrument panel highlighted with genuine swirl walnut timber, and floor mats customized with Lincoln’s embossed star logo.
Aside from the interior upgrades, the Executive Appearance deal comes with different choices for exterior colors. Buyers can choose from Sangria Red, Sterling Gray, Brilliant Silver, White Platinum, and Tuxedo Black.
There is also an option to upgrade to 18-inch polished aluminum rims from 17-inch chrome or aluminum wheels.
The MKZ is powered by a Duratec V6 3.5L engine that outputs 263hp and has a torque of 249lb-ft. The engine utilizes a dual overhead cam which is very light and compact to make sure that it delivers the power the car needs in different road conditions.
Pricing for the Executive Appearance Package has not been disclosed. Announcements by Ford are expected before the end of the summer.