2024 Acura ZDX To Be Revealed On August 17 At Monterey Car Week
We’ve spent a long time waiting, but it’s finally almost here.
Acura’s been teasing its first full EV for a while now, but the production model reveal is right around the corner. Acura will unveil the ZDX in its full glory at this year’s Monterey Car Week, on August 17.
It’s interesting to see how the ZDX’s styling differs from the rest of the Acura lineup. Although this is Acura’s first dedicated EV, it’s mechanically related to the Honda Prologue. Both of those cars use the GM Ultium platform, which underpins nearly all new GM EVs, like the Cadillac Lyriq or the new Chevy Blazer EV. Still, that doesn’t seem to have stopped Acura from infusing the ZDX with its own style. The trademark Acura headlights are here, but the ZDX adds a new light signature that incorporates the shape of the grille.
On the technology front, Acura has integrated Google services. The ZDX will come with Google Assistant built right in, and have access to the Google Play store for more apps compatible with the vehicle. The ZDX also marks Acura’s first collaboration with audio engineering company Bang & Olufsen.
Pricing, range, and power haven’t been announced, but we expect the ZDX and ZDX Type S to go head to head with cars like the Genesis GV70 Electrified, Lexus RZ 450e, and potentially offerings from Tesla and Fisker. Whatever the case, Acura says the ZDX will be the quickest accelerating Acura SUV in the brand’s history. Acura says that the ZDX Type S will “bring an exhilarating driving experience to the electric vehicle market.” The Acura ZDX will officially go on sale in 2024.
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