Acura's New Concept At NAIAS

Acura will use the next international auto show – the North American International Auto Show in Detroit – to show us its all-new Acura Precision Concept.

According to the brand’s press release, this car is an indication of the stylistic approach designers will take on Acura’s sedans from now on.

Built by Acura’s Californian Design Studio, the Precision Concept is obviously a four-door sedan; it features angular sides, bulgy fenders and a sloping roof that stretches far behind, giving the car a sporty look. We can also spot some new headlights and taillights that stretch along the sides of the car.

We will follow Acura’s launches closely on January 12th; if the Precision Concept is well-received by the public, we can bet that the ILX, the TLX and the RLX will soon sport some of its visual cues.

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