The hybrid badge of the 2020 Lincoln M K Z is displayed prominently on the rear trunk lid


The similarities are surprising. The shared features between the MKZ Hybrid Reserve Model and its gas counterpart go well beyond the exterior. Designers and engineers worked hand and hand to deliver a hybrid powertrain that has an EPA-estimated rating of 42 miles to the gallon in the city,* while keeping almost every surface, button, knob, and interior finish exactly the same.
*EPA-estimated rating of 42 city/39 hwy/41 combined mpg. Actual mileage may vary.
A 2020 Lincoln M K Z uses is shown being driven on a highway to simulate available adaptive cruise control as it approaches another vehicle


Engage and enjoy. The evolution of Adaptive Cruise Control61  to offer Stop-and-Go capability offers an enjoyable and confident drive. When the MKZ is in adaptive cruise mode, a radar scans the road ahead and detects slower traffic ahead. The MKZ can then automatically brake and accelerate to keep you at your set speed or follow at a preset distance with the pace of traffic when speeds are below your set speed. With the addition of Stop-and-Go, the feature can bring your vehicle to a complete stop in stopped traffic and restart it as traffic begins to move. *
*If vehicle is stopped for more than three seconds, driver must intervene and press “RES” button or accelerator pedal to resume system operation.