Acura gets ready to unveil a new MDX prototype

October 12th, 2020 by

When is Acura redesigning the MDX crossover SUV?
The Acura MDX is the automaker’s best-selling platform. And, according to Acura, the MDX is the all-time best-selling three-row in the United States. In fact, more than one million MDX units have been sold over the last 20 years. If you’re wondering, when Acura is redesigning the MDX crossover SUV, you’re in luck. Our manufacturing partner will be pulling back the curtain on an all-new MDX platform that will feature the vehicle’s most radical redesign ever. Naturally, we don’t know a lot of the details, but Acura has released a few tidbits – just to tide us over until the official prototype presentation on Wednesday (Oct. 14). Let’s take a closer look at a few things that we’ll see later this week.

“We’re accelerating Acura’s commitment to Precision Crafted Performance and this fourth-generation MDX is the most ambitious and consequential redesign of an Acura core model in our history,” Jon Ikeda, vice president and Acura brand officer, said in a press release. “This all-new MDX will take us into new territory in terms of performance, prestige and emotional appeal.”

Acura MDX Prototype Interior Features
According to the preview of what Acura will be showing off with the Acura MDX Prototype, the automaker is claiming that it will set a new class standard for vehicle design. Every feature’s curve and accent piece will let people know that the vehicle is a high performer. Some of the accents will include premium open-pore wood elements as well as hand-wrapped leather with French stitching.

Also, the upcoming MDX Prototype will include the Acura Precision Cockpit™ and an all-digital gauge cluster and a high definition display on top of the vehicle’s center stack. A next-generation 25-speaker “Signature Edition” premium audio system will also join an integrated LED ambient lighting.

We’ll bring you everything we learn about the Acura MDX prototype when it gets revealed. Be sure to check back to see what we learn.

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