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Acura offers a glimpse into their future with their Precision Concept

Honda's luxury brand gets angular.
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Photo: Acura

Photo: Acura

Acura has been stepping it up lately, first with the new NSX and now they're showing what might be in the cards with the brand's upcoming design language with the Precision Concept. The design theme, called "quantum continuum" wraps the car in aggressive and angular lines, muscular surfaces, pillar-less windows, and is finished with a "Diamond Pentagon" grille dominates the front end. 

The low and wide design is a tip of the hat to the brand's performance heritage and the sharp lines continue into the interior with cantilevered seating that echoes modern furniture design and details like handcrafted wooden speaker grilles add a touch of luxury. It also marks the debut of their new human-machine interface developments that come to life on a curved screen that is controlled on a floating touchpad and is able to detect specific passenger to customize it with their individual preferences.


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