2019 Acura RDX prototype information and new features

What's new?

The Acura RDX is one of the most popular vehicles in its class with sales figures topping 50,000 models sold each year since 2015. Acura unveiled that next generation of the RDX and its crossover SUV design philosophy at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit in January 2018. The automaker has released a few details regarding 2019 Acura RDX prototype information and new features. When the freshly redesigned 2019 RDX Prototype is delivered in its final form to dealerships like Spitzer Acura, it will be available with a powerful and efficient turbocharged four-cylinder engine attached to a 10-speed automatic transmission. 

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Exterior features

Particularly sharp-eyed observers of the 2019 Acura RDX prototype may notice a few of the changes made to the crossover SUV's dimensions. The new RDX that is still be perfected by Acura engineers has a more athletic stance on the road and features more generous proportions. Wheelbase measurements are 2.5 inches longer and the track is 1.2 inches wider than the previous generation. Additionally, the exterior is accentuated by a more sculpted design and dynamic character lines with exterior lighting equipment that makes use of LED technology. Drivers and passengers will be treated to a more refined experience with several high-grade materials including Napa leather and brushed aluminum accents. 

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New technology

A new generation of Acura SUVs would not be complete without a new generation of Acura technology. The 2019 Acura RDX prototype will be the first model built by the automaker to include the all-new True Touchpad Interface. A new remote input pad is designed to be more intuitive to use and will respond precisely to how a driver or passenger interacts with it. The entire system uses an Android™-based software architecture, so it should be easy for new owners to learn to use. Additionally, a 10.2-inch heads-up display has been placed just out of the driver's line of sight. This will allow important information to be shared without being needlessly obtrusive.  


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