Acura Precision Concept unveiled at Detroit Motor Show

The Acura Precision concept model has made its world debut at this year’s Detroit Motor Show.

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Acura has revealed the new Precision concept at this year’s Detroit Motor Show.

The Acura Precision Concept was developed by the Acura Design Studio in California to express the Acura brand DNA.

Its exterior features a low and wide stance, long dash-to-axle ratio, deep sculpted surfaces and the debut of a new diamond pentagon grille. It also gets 22-inch five-spoke wheels and tyres, with signature lighting designs, with LED lights to the front and rear.

To the inside are ultra-thin “floating” rear seats for the look of modern lounge furniture, and hand-crafted audio speaker grilles made of wood. The driver space gets a race-inspired, sports steering wheel with paddle shifters and Integrated Dynamics System (IDS) controls, a head-up display, and a wide, curved center display screen.

Upon entry, the system scans each occupant and selects personalised features and functions, including maps, audio and customized vehicle performance settings.

Further details regarding engine specification and sale are yet to be revealed.

Source – Acura

Categories: Road


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