Acura will be debuting a Type-S concept at Monterey Car Week, one of the top gatherings for automotive enthusiasts. The concept previews the return of the Type-S in the Acura lineup.
Type S has been the top of the performance line for Acura. The prior Type-S cars were the 2001 - 2003 3.2CL Type S, 2002 - 2003 3.2TL Type S, 2002 - 2006 RSX Type-S, 2007 - 2008 TL Type-S. Type-S will join Acura's A-Spec trim in the lineup.
Wheels for the week: 2020 Toyota Corolla XLE. We'll be taking this one on a trip to Virginia and testing out how close to the 37mpg highway rating we'll get. It's equipped with Toyota Safety Sense which means I'll have radar cruise control for the trip (Yay!). The shocking part is the price: $28,084 for a Corolla that doesn't even have the biggest engine. But it's got heated seats, so that will keep Albert Maisto happy.