The First Modified Acura TLX

It was just a matter of time before a tuner finally got their hands on a brand-new Acura TLX sedan. Since the part manufacturers haven't yet had the time to design anything for this car, the modifications are somewhat limited so far.

This car comes with an OEM aero package. Available as a dealer-installed accessory, it includes new front and rear bumpers, sideskirts and a trunk-mounted spoiler and costs $2015. The TLX is then lowered with a set of prototype RS-R shocks, and 20-inch Vossen wheels complete the look.

According to Pembroke Pines, who built this car, the interior is upgraded with a few strips of tape imitating carbon fibre.

What do you think? Do these modifications improve the looks, or is it already too much?

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