The TLX Prototype divulged at the 2014 Detroit Auto Show is painted Athletic Red Pearl and highlights 20-inch amalgam wheels in a five-talked outline. These rollers are wrapped in 265/35ZR20 low-profile tires.
The model will be offered with a portion of the configuration highlights we’ve found in numerous different models propelled by Acura, similar to Acura’s mark Jewel Eye LED headlights. Alongside these upgrades, the new TLX will likewise be offered with abbreviated front and raise overhangs, progressively etched bumper curves, an etched hood with strongly wrinkled reciprocal ridgelines.
At the point when contrasted with the model it replaces, the TLX Prototype is 3.8 inches shorter, yet holds the same 109.3-inch wheelbase, which takes into account adequate payload limit and open to seating for five grown-ups. This is, obviously, only a model, yet we don’t hope to see the last model stray a long way from this outline.
The six-barrel is required to be evaluated at 285 hp or more, and it’s coupled to another nine-velocity programmed. Front-wheel drive is standard, while Acura’s torque-vectoring all-wheel-drive framework will be a choice.
One cool component for the 2014 TLX will be Acura’s an Integrated Dynamics System (IDS), which permits the driver to conform things like the reaction of the throttle, electronic force guiding and all-wheel-drive framework. Modes will incorporate ECON, Normal, Sport and Sport+.
Acura is promising top-drawer wellbeing and crash-test execution; new components will incorporate forward-impact and path takeoff cautioning frameworks, versatile voyage control with take after control, and blind side screens.
Under its hood, the new TLX has two motor choices: an all-new 2.4-liter, 16-valve, in-line four-chamber motor and a 3.5-liter, SOHC, V-6 motor. The V-6 motor mates to another nine-velocity programmed transmission with firmly separated apparatus proportions and a wide general proportion range, while the four-chamber motor is mated to an all-new eight-pace, double grasp transmission (DCT) with torque converter.
Both motors can be consolidated with the up and coming era of Acura Precision All-Wheel Steer (P-AWS) innovation with free left and right back wheel toe control, while the V-6 form can be joined with Acura’s mark Super-Handling All Wheel Drive innovation.
Acura TLX Prototype 2014 Design Interior Exterior Car