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Special Edition Acura TLX Gets the NSX Treatment, MDX to Follow

Acura is launching a new line of special edition cars from the Performance Manufacturing Center (PMC) where the NSX supercar is built in Ohio.

Starting with the 2020 Acura TLX PMC Edition, the sedan’s production has been capped at 360 units and each one will come with an individually numbered serial plaque. Acura says these PMC vehicles will be hand-assembled and feature special nano-pigment technology red pearl paint that was previously only available on the NSX.

The TLX PMC will build on the topline Advance Package combined with the sporty-looking A-Spec trim. This means the TLX PMC will come with the V6 and Acura’s Super-Handling All-Wheel Drive, gloss black exterior accents, black 19-inch wheels, black leather seats with Alcantara inserts and red stitching, and more. Like the NSX, the TLX PMC will be hand inspected and subjected to the same level of quality control.

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An Acura MDX PMC will follow, with a prototype debuting soon.

Deliveries of the 2020 Acura TLX PMC edition will begin this summer with pricing starting around $50,000 in the U.S. Both the production TLX PMC and MDX PMC prototype will make their public debuts at the 2019 New York Auto Show. Details on the MDX PMC haven’t been shared yet, but we will update this post with new information when it is released.

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