The MDX will share most of its DNA with the RLX, sporting a standard V6 engine sourced from the car. A hybrid variant will be offered as well, and will use Acura’s Super-Handling All-Wheel Drive system that can be found on the upcoming NSX supercar.
Design-wise, the MDX doesn’t stray too far from the last generation, with the largest change seeming to be the loss of some bulky body panels to give the crossover a smaller, sleeker look.
It should hit the market by late 2013, as a 2014 model.
GALLERY: 2014 Acura MDX