Acura has announced the name of its first electric SUV, which will revive the ZDX name. The Acura ZDX is slated to arrive in 2024 and will also launch with a ZDX Type S version.
Acura hasn’t released any photos of big details about the ZDX, but it says that it will borrow styling cues from the Precision EV concept. The ZDX will be based on GM’s Ultium platform, but the good news is that Acura is also planning on launch additional EV models starting in 2026 that will be based its own global e:Architecture.
“The Acura ZDX represents the start to what will be an accelerated path toward electrification by the end of the decade and the key role the Acura brand will play in our company’s global goal to achieve carbon neutrality in 2050,” said Emile Korkor, assistant vice president of Acura National Sales. “Acura will remain focused on performance in the electrified era and Type S will continue to represent the pinnacle of this direction.”
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