2014 Acura MDX changes

2014 Acura MDX

Acura, the luxury department of manufacturing business models Honda has actually unveiled a brand-new multi-channel marketing campaign for a brand new 2014 Acura MDX model, which is called “The Extremely New MDX – Made for Mankind.” The emphasize of the project is a full technical transformation MDX models.

2014 Acura MDX side view

What got us surely delighted with the new 2014 Acura MDX is certainly enhanced fuel economy. Its design is significantly improved, so this model has by 15 % better aerodynamics compared to its predecessor. Wheelbase of the new 2014 Acura MDX is much longer, so this model has actually more legroom compared with previous model.

rear view

Acura has not launched all data on the new 2014 Acura MDX, but what we know is that all 4 wheels drive will be optional, and we likewise anticipate that this model will have some newest security features. The 2014 MDX will be offered with a forward-collision warning system, lane-departure caution system, Lane Keeping Assist system, blind-spot info system, and an active cruise control system with Low Speed Follow ability.

2014 Acura MDX changes

Here are 5 exterior attributes that are absolutely brand-new on the 2014 Acura MDX:.

Headlights– While the shape is similar, the headlights on the 2014 model are certainly more streamlined, and maybe a bit bigger. Wraparound LED lighting, as we have actually seen in other luxury makes– most especially Audi vehicles– updates the front end and assists the headlights stand apart.

Grille– The guard shape remains, but is more pronounced in the 2014 model, which dulls the “beak” a bit. Larger chrome trim makes a bold statement, and chrome mesh added below the Acura emblem includes a sporty touch.

Front bumper– There’s no argument the front bumper– as well as the fog lights and the fog-light surrounds– are all new. A chrome finish replaces black on the bumper itself. The shape of the bumper is more dynamic, going from a standard bar across the front of the SUV to something more complicated. The fog lights that used to serve as bookends to the black bumper are now lengthened spheres floating above the bumper. We’re unsure this creative design will actually appear on the manufacturing MDX, but it does look nice on the prototype.

Body– The body of the new MDX has a slightly more fluid look that originates from its more aerodynamic design and loss of 1.5 inches of height. Door panels do not appear to have actually altered, but the silhouette of the greenhouse does have somewhat more rounded edges.

Rear– The tail end of the MDX gets more remarkable with the addition of a chrome bridge linking the taillights and a geometric chrome bumper. Like the fronts lights, taillights get captivating LEDs, but the shape of the taillights appear unchanged.

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