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Acura Prepares for Big Showing in Detroit

2012 Acura RDX image

At the 2012 North American International Auto Show next month, Acura will unveil three all-new vehicles including a compact sports sedan, a redesigned RDX crossover sport utility vehicle, and a concept version of the next generation Acura NSX super car.

The Acura ILX Concept will provide a glimpse of a compact sedan that will be added to the brand’s lineup in spring 2012. Slated to be built at Honda’s award-winning plant in Greensburg, Indiana, the ILX will become the fifth Acura model produced exclusively in North America.

Also on display will be an early prototype of the 2013 RDX, the second generation of Acura’s venerable compact crossover. Few details have been released, but the new RDX is expected to ditch the current model’s turbocharged four-cylinder engine in favor for a more powerful V6. Despite a huge bump in power, it’s also expected to deliver vastly improved fuel economy. The latest RDX will also be based on the redesigned Honda CR-V, which was just unveiled at the Los Angeles Auto Show.

Last but not least, enthusiasts will finally be able to see the NSX Concept, which will embody the styling direction for the next generation of Acura’s legendary super sports car.

“Acura has a steady cadence of exciting new models coming to market and it will all begin in Detroit,” said Jeff Conrad, vice president and general manager of Acura sales and service. “From the all-new Acura ILX at the gateway of the lineup to the pinnacle of performance with the Acura NSX Concept, Acura vehicles are being created for luxury customers who aspire to the highest levels of quality and value, with beautiful styling and the right balance of technology, performance and environmental responsibility.”

Look for more details closer to the Detroit Auto Show next month.

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