Acura is showing off a new design direction at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show.
Making its debut this week is the Acura Precision concept, a four-door boasting a low and wide stance and deeply sculptured rear fenders. It’s stunning at first glance, sitting on 22-inch wheels and lacking a B-pillar, giving it a sporty appearance. The Japanese automaker is also showing off its next-generation headlights called “Jewel Constellation” that looks to be an evolution of the current units used in production Acura models.
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According to the company’s global creative director, Dave Marek, the Acura Precision concept isn’t just a design study, but a concept that will shape the future of all Acura models. Get a closer look at the stunning sedan by watching our first look video below.
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