Acura has revealed its latest sports sedan, with the 2021 Acura TLX promising concept-inspired styling with more power and engagement than the outgoing model. Based on the comely aesthetic of last year’s Acura Type S Concept, the new TLX should be priced as aggressively as it looks, the automaker promises.
Back when we first saw the Type S Concept, it was clear that the car wasn’t far from being production-ready. Sure enough, that has translated very closely to the new vehicle you see here today.
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