After making its world premiere at the 2016 NAIAS, the Acura Precision Concept will go on display at the Chicago Auto Show this week.
Penned under the close watch of the Acura‘s director Dave Marek at the company’s California Design Studio, the four-door coupe is 518.2cm (204in) long, 213cm (84in) wide and 132cm (52inc) tall, riding on a 310cm (122in) wheelbase.
Along with the Precision, Acura will also bring the 2017 NSX to Chicago in a new color called 13R White, contrasted by a red interior. The high-performance machine was developed and manufactured in America and it has a starting MSRP of $156,000 topping out at $205,700.
An avid collector paid $1.2 million for the very first 2017 Acura NSX, which was auctioned at Barrett-Jackson’s Scottsdale event.