Acura is working on the next-generation RDX SUV, with our spies spotting a heavily camouflaged prototype sitting at a gas station.
As you can see, there isn’t much to observe on the design of the 2018 RDX thanks to the Acura’s efforts to dress the prototype with as many covers they could find.
The interior will benefit from the increased dimensions and offer more room than before, as well as the latest tech features, including a modern infotainment system and another digital display for the driver’s instruments.
A wide range of driver assistance systems will also be present, with the prototype in the pictures having its front sensors poking out of the camouflage wraps. As for the engine range, the existing 3.5-liter V6 is expected to be replaced by Honda’s turbocharged 2.0-liter petrol unit, with the company also planning a hybrid version.
Acura is planning to put the next RDX into production in mid-2018, so expect to see more scoops before the official reveal.
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