2019 Acura RDX Reveal at Detroit Auto Show
As someone who personally owns and loves their fully loaded 2018 Acura RDX, the vehicle's makeover is a definite kick in the face. Its everything we wanted but didn't know was going to come out in the very next model. But hindsight is 20/20.
The 3rd generation RDX comes on an "Acura exclusive" (sorry Honda owners), lighter and stiffer platform, and has swapped out it's V6 for a 2-0 liter, turbo-charged engine with 10 speed automatic. As before, it will offer both FW and AWD. The v-tec engine will deliver 40% more low-end torque, with the addition of two more drive modes, comfort and snow.
The exterior is glorious. Faced with a more aggressive grill, the crossover looks more glorious than ever. You'll have an option for a swag sound system upgrade, but the, how-did-I-ever-live-without-these safety features, will come standard. This includes hill start assist, surround view camera, front and back parking sensors, cross traffic monitor and blind-spot warning.
The infotainment system is Andriod-based, and displayed onto a dual-zone 10.2-inch HD display mounted high on the center console.
Now keep in mind it's a concept and anything can change before it's production and sale in mid 2018, but we're hopeful it at least keeps that grill.
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