2019 Acura RDX Prototype officially made its global debut at NAIAS 2018. Honda’s luxury car division is making various changes in the new SUV mainstay. Just like the RDX Prototype, this car adopts a new design language that is believed to be very popular in the world of automotive market.
2019 Acura RDX Prototype now comes with more muscular body, tapered headlight, LED DRL, roof-mounted spoiler and large circular tailpipe. As for the interior, this SUV has embedded large infotainment screen, new dashboard, digital meter cluster and gear selector panel.
The interior look even more luxurious thanks to the trim that combines between aluminium and wood materials. Acura will also embed the best seat with 16-way power adjustability and 4-way lumbar support. As for entertainment features, this concept car has been equipped with 16-channel speaker system, 710-watt ELS Acura Studio 3D. These speakers can be found on the roof of the cabin so as to produce the best sound.
In addition to having a more luxurious exterior and interior, 2019 Acura RDX Prototype is carrying a new platform with a longer wheelbase 2.5 inch. As for the heart pacemaker, Acura is now pinned 2.0-liter VTEC turbocharged 4-cylinder engine combined with a 10-speed Matic transmission as standard.
To maximize engine performance, this luxury SUV also pinned Honda Super-Handling All Wheel Drive (SH-AWD) that has been adjusted. 4-wheel drive system has also been equipped with torque vectoring that is able to make the car’s performance more awake in on-road and off-road terrain.
The concept car that will be a new generation of Acura RDX will also have 4 driving modes of Sport, Sport +, Comfort and Snow. The PRD Prototype 2019 also comes with driver-assistants that include Hill Start Assist, Surround-View Camera System, front and rear parking sensors, Rear Cross Traffic Monitor and Blind Spot Information System.
“All-new 2019 Acura RDX will provide a very strong statement and show our capabilities so far. For our consumers, All-new RDX is a new step in the world of design, style and performance with luxurious features and technology that will provide a whole of new experience,” said Jon Ikeda, Acura vice president and general manager.