Acura will release a new sedan and resurrect the cross-coupe ZDXMarch 11, 2019
At the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, which will be held in August, Acura will present a prototype of a new “charged” sedan, ready for mass production. In addition, the ZDX coupe-shaped crossover will return to the lineup of the premium brand.
The design of the new sedan will be largely based on the Precision concept introduced in 2016, writes Car and Driver. On it, Acura for the first time showed a new corporate identity for Precision Crafted Performance, in 2018, adapting the concept to the serial all-rounder RDX. Perhaps, simultaneously with the advent of the new model, the Legend name will return to the line, but there is no official confirmation of this.
In addition to the sedan, at the end of 2019 or the beginning of 2020, Acura will feature the next-generation TLX and MDX. According to preliminary information, the sedan will receive a new modification of the TLX Type S with a twin-turbo V6. Also, the management of the brand is considering returning to the ZDX cross-coupe model, which was discontinued in 2013.
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