Published a teaser for the fourth generation of the crossover Acura MDXOctober 2, 2020
The press service of the premium brand has published a teaser for the updated version of the Acura MDX crossover. The debut of new MDX is expected on October 14.
The new Acura MDX will be unveiled very soon, and the automaker is showcasing its shape with a new teaser that shows the main features of the updated crossover. The full debut of the novelty will take place on October 14. Acura says the fourth-generation MDX is “taking on the role of the brand’s new flagship model.”
“The fourth generation MDX is the most ambitious and consistent upgrade to the base Acura model in our history,” said John Ikeda, vice president and brand leader, Acura.
It is worth noting that the published crossover teaser matches the previously shown patent images of the Acura MDX. There are clear similarities with the front end of the latest Acura TLX sedan, including the “sharp” edges of the pentagonal grille. Slim headlights with the same pointed design are located in the upper corners of the front end. The body belt line runs the entire length of the crossover and visually connects the front and rear lights. The automaker says the new MDX is wider, longer and lower than the previous generation.
It is also reported that the high-performance crossover MDX Type S will arrive by 2022. In all likelihood, he will receive a 3.0-liter V6 turbocharged from the “charged” TLX Type S sedan. In the latter, the power plant develops 355 horsepower (480 Nm). The transmission is a 10-speed automatic, which is mated to the fourth generation Acura Super Handling all-wheel drive system.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that the Acura RDX crossover will be available in an exclusive PMC Edition. 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.
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