Acura Reminds Everyone Why NSX and Precision Concept Are so Awesome
Acura Precision Concept comes to the Windy City to make its Chicago Auto Show debut, following the demonstration at the North American International Auto Show last month. The concept vehicle embodies the Acura DNA of Precision Crafted Performance - as we all know, Acura brand is notorious for paying incredible attention to small details, which, ultimately, results on delivering stunningly well-performing vehicles.
Embracing the idea of a modern and yet versatile components, Acura Precision Concept features restyled Diamond Pentagon grille, next-gen HMI interior technology, advanced facial recognition, large central screen, heads up display and touch pad navigation.
The Concept was crafted by Acura's California Design Studio under the strict direction of Acura global creative director, Dave Marek, aided by Michelle Christensen, principal designer.
Also, the all-new 2017 Acura NSX will return to Chicago Show to remind everyone why is it so awesome, and also to demonstrate its new color: 130R White, paired with passionate red-dominated interior. How cool is that? Furthermore, the NSX will one more time challenge the conventional beliefs about supercars and cutting edge technologies. Just as the first-generation NSX broke the ice 15 years ago, the contemporary heir will try to do the same.
Designed and manufactured in America, the 2017 Acura NSX will be offered for $156,000 USD and about 205,700 USD, when geared with the additional features and technologies.