Honda’s BMW X6-rivalling Acura ZDX concept has finally been revealed in the metal at the New York motor show.
The rakish coupe-like SUV crossover concept is powered by a 3.7-litre V6 and runs on 20-inch alloys. The power is channelled via a six-speed automatic transmission and Honda’s clever Super Handling All-Wheel Drive System.
The ZDX is 481cm long, with a 270.5cm wheelbase. It is 196.25cm wide and 154.5cm high.
Styling points of interest include rear door handles concealed by the C-pillar, an all-glass tailgate, dual chrome exhausts and 20-inch wheels.
The interior has space for five people and is decked out in leather, while a panoramic sunroof runs across the full length of the vehicle.
Safety features include a new blind spot warning system and a rear-view camera that includes wide angle and top-down views.
"The ZDX is truly a luxury performance coupe - plus," said Jeff Conrad, vice president of Acura sales. “The emotional coupe styling coupled with a luxurious and dramatic interior and surprising versatility, allows the ZDX to define its own segment and attract an entirely new customer.”