Acura RDX crossover will be available in an exclusive PMC Edition

Acura RDX crossover will be available in an exclusive PMC Edition

September 22, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

The premium Acura RDX PMC Edition is now available in a new warm orange body color. The start of sales of the exclusive version of the model is scheduled for next month. A total of 360 copies of the crossover will be assembled.

Acura will offer its customers a special edition of the 2021 RDX compact crossover. The novelty, which will be called PMC Edition, like all previous cars of the PMC (Performance Manufacturing Center) series, will be released in a limited edition – only 360 copies. Buyers who purchase the RDX PMC will get a crossover with a host of visual enhancements, including the vibrant Acura Thermal Orange Pearl paint.

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Exclusive to the crossover are 20-inch high-gloss black alloy wheels, body-colored radiator grille surround and black chrome exhaust system. Other touches include a high-gloss black roof, side mirrors and door handles. However, the bright colors cannot be overlooked.

Acura uses this bright orange throughout the interior, with matching orange stitching on the seats, door panels, floor mats, center consoles and steering wheel to complement the dark interior. Other interior highlights include a 10.5-inch color head-up display, 16-way power sports seats, heated rear seats and a heated steering wheel.

The 2021 RDX PMC Edition uses a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder. It develops 272 horsepower (379 Nm) and works with a 10-speed automatic transmission and Acura Super Handling All Wheel Drive, which is standard on the new version of the crossover.

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