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Old 04-10-2018, 03:51 PM
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Quick rendering using the Precision Concept greenhouse on top of a 3G RDX. Slimmed the headlights, angled the tails more, slimmed down the side mirror, and couldn't resist using the Precision Concept wheels as well. Always thought the ZDX was unique and was the first Acura that seemed to be designed around the shield grill, so I thought this would be a fun to see how the new RDX would look as a coupe. The CUV coupe offerings are definitely multiplying among the German brands.
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Dope. Like it!
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Add the Type-R Civic engine and I'll hit that!
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nice! If Acura takes this path with 350HP (Type R), I am jumping to get one looks great. who knows what Acura is cooking? I read that the CDX is getting Sport Hybrid....
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Originally Posted by PWPCL92K6 View Post
Quick rendering using the Precision Concept greenhouse on top of a 3G RDX. Slimmed the headlights, angled the tails more, slimmed down the side mirror, and couldn't resist using the Precision Concept wheels as well. Always thought the ZDX was unique and was the first Acura that seemed to be designed around the shield grill, so I thought this would be a fun to see how the new RDX would look as a coupe. The CUV coupe offerings are definitely multiplying among the German brands.
This looks awesome ! I'll take one
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It's basically a sedan with a high belt-line. Looses the practicality of the RDX. Much like the ZDX was a failure. Style but no practicality and a back seat that you could hardly get into.
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I occasionally drive the kid's TSX and realize how spoiled I've gotten driving my RDX and MDX with the high sitting position, better visibility, and how easy it is to utilize the interior space. I've always liked the ZDX and I think it was the right type of vehicle made for the completely wrong time (economy, job market, stock market, and housing market crashes). That would be my first choice as long as there is enough head room like the regular RDX to sit in the back.
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I occasionally drive the kid's TSX and realize how spoiled I've gotten driving my RDX and MDX with the high sitting position, better visibility, and how easy it is to utilize the interior space. I've always liked the ZDX and I think it was the right type of vehicle made for the completely wrong time (economy, job market, stock market, and housing market crashes). That would be my first choice as long as there is enough head room like the regular RDX to sit in the back.
Except the rear headroom in the ZDX was atrocious. You couldn’t sit back there if you were taller than 5’5 iirc.
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