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Acura’s Electric Car Vision For Performance EVs WILL NOT BE Subtle

Acura, the blissful luxury division of Honda, plans to go fully electric exactly like its parent company. It’s no real surprise considering Honda has invested $46.3 billion to expand in the EV market. By 2040, Honda says 100% of its vehicles will undoubtedly be electric, as reported by Reuters. We’ve already seen a preview of its first electric SUV that’ll be sold in THE UNITED STATES.

The blissful luxury and performance brand isn’t too much behind. Despite the fact that it’s yet to market an EV in the U.S. exactly like Honda, Acura has been unveiling all-electric prototypes for recent years. In 2015, it unveiled a power concept car at the Detroit Auto Show and we haven’t found out about it since. However, Honda confirmed in 2021 that it is focusing on two Acura electric SUVs which is designed on GM’s Ultium platform. In addition, it revealed two mysterious electric sports cars in April 2022, and we think one of these could possibly be an all-electric NSX.

Now Acura has given us another glimpse of its upcoming electric vehicle soon.

It borrows its design from the prior Acura Precision Concept

2016 Acura Precision Concept car

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Inits news release, Acura teased an image and video of its electric concept car. Despite the fact that Acura disclosed hardly any information regarding its electric concept car, we can not help but observe that leading design is borrowed from the priorAcura Precision Concept it showcased in 2016. Like the 2016 electric concept car, its latest EV concept car includes a “Diamond Pentagon” grille. We also don’t believe it is a coincidence that it is named “Acura Precision EV Concept” similar to the 2016 prototype.

However, it may be a power SUV in accordance withCar and Driver. Acura hasn’t disclosed the name of its upcoming electric vehicle, but it is possible that maybe it’s called “ADX” afterit filed a trademarkof this name in 2021. This implies it’ll probably resemblethe Acura RDX orMDX although we need to wait before Monterey Car Week on 18th August whenever we have the entire exterior body photos. But we are able to bet it’ll be built on GM’s Ultium architecture similar to the Honda Prologue.

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