Acura’s Precision Concept will be on display at the Chicago Auto Show after making its debut earlier this year in Detroit.
The Precision Concept will be joined by the 2017 Acura NSX sports car at the show, which will run from February 13-21.
Showcasing the future of the company’s design philosophy, the Precision Concept provides a glimpse into possible future Acura sedans. It’s the first Acura design with the new Diamond Pentagon grille, which combined with the long hood, gives the car a more powerful stance.
Acura designers also paid attention to details like the absence of a B-pillar and the transition from exterior to interior.
Inside, the Precision Concept uses Acura’s new Human Machine Interface (HMI) that uses a large, curved screen in the middle of the dash and a floating touch interface. It also has a heads-up display and facial recognition.
Acura announced that the NSX, which will begin production this Spring, will have a starting price of $156,000 and top out at $205,700. The new supercar will have a hybrid all-wheel-drive powertrain developed for superior handling. The NSX on display at the Chicago show will have an all-new color called 130R White, which will be paired with a red interior.
Stay tuned to TFLcar and TFLtruck for the latest from the Chicago Auto Show.
Check out this TFLcar video of the all-new Acura NSX: