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From concept to production version what we need is a step. Presented first as a concept at New York Auto Show 2009, the new Acura ZDX will reach in the dealer’s production version starting winter this year.
In terms of style, the new “four-door sports coupe” (as his new swing Acura model) borrows some design elements from Concept ZDX shine and smooth lines through the ceiling hatch with panoramic steep, handles of doors hidden behind, on 19 inch rims (standard) and double discharge.
New Acura ZDX would be a competitor for BMW x6 (and here the similarity with it) and will begin production version this fall. Under the hood is a V6 VTEC engine and transmission is ensured by a box with six automatic gears. In addition, the model and is equipped with Super Handling All-Wheel Drive (SH-AWD).
In terms of dimensions, the concept is similar to BMW x6 in 4887 and measured length, width in 1994 and 1570 in height. Design, the new Acura ZDX is notable by smooth lines, steep ceiling, rear door handles hidden, on 20 inch rims or double discharge. The interior comes in two colors, with skin and panoramic hatch which increases the feeling of space.
According to 7tune, the people at Holiday Auto (Japanese Magazine) has offered few details about 2010 Acura NSX. It seems that the new NSX will be powered by a 5.5-liter 90 degree V10 engine to produce 600 PS (441 kW) and 588 Nm (60 kg/m) of torque. This powerful engine will be equipped with Honda’s Variable Cylinder Management (VCM) where it will shut down one bank of cylinders in constant speed driving situations which will reduce its capacity to 2.75 liters.
The Acura TL is a mid-size luxury car from Honda’s Acura brand.The TL is Acura’s best-selling model, and it has ranked as the second best-selling luxury sedan in the United States behind the BMW 3 Series.
The 2009 Acura TL moves further upmarket with a more aggressive interpretation of Acura’s latest styling vocabulary, known as “Keen Edge Dynamic.” Featured prominently on the front is Acura’s controversial “Power Plenum” upper grille.
The RSX is somewhat familiar as a redesigned Integra. The current version has either a 160 or a 200 hp four-cylinder power plant, with the latter coming standard in the Type S. The more powerful engine makes its horses partly through an advanced valve timing technology, which shifts into high performance mode at 6,000 rpm. The result is a kick in the pants similar to that of a turbocharger suddenly spooling up.