The SEMA Show in Las Vegas is in full swing and that means that we still are not relieved of platgemepte and developed models. Acura stores under other joined hands with IndyCar driver Graham Rahal.
Acura pulls the RDX A-Spec out of the hat, a showauto for which the manufacturer has collaborated with IndyCar-scheurneus Graham Rahal. According to Acura the A-Spec version substantially better performance, although only minor adjustments would be made.
The RDX gets a bigger turbo on are already naturally blown 2.0-liter four-cylinder. The inlaattraject is revised, the car gets a custom exhaust system and a sports suspension with Eibach springs. According to Acura, the car needs about 340 hp and 500 Nm are strong. The 2.0 in basistrim kicks the to 272 hp. Remmerij of StopTech should the structure be spring decent pacified.
Also on the outside, the RDX is adjusted. The car is Apex Blue Pearl sprayed and things like the grille and the zijspiegelkappen from carbon fibre made. The RDX is a cross-over in the United States to compete against cars like the Lexus NX, Volvo XC60 and Audi Q5. Production plans are not yet.