Acura is releasing the new Acura TLX PMC Edition at the New York International Auto Show next week. The PMC Edition combines the sports prowess of the A-Spec line with the premium technical features of the Advance Package. It will also share the super high-tech nano paint technology used on the NSX which takes a total time of 5 days in the paint shop.
Built in Marysville Ohio, the TLX PMC Edition will be handcrafted by the same engineers who build the Acura NSX. Equipped with the direct injected V6 and SH-AWD, the limited production run cars will start around $50,000.
Some of the PMC exclusive features are:
Valencia Red Pearl nano pigment paint
Unique PMC Edition numbered serial plaque
Gloss black 19-inch split-5-spoke wheels with black lug nuts
Gloss black roof panel
Gloss black door handles
Gloss black diamond pentagon grille with body-colored grille surround
Dual 4-inch black chrome exhaust finishers
Premium black Milano leather seats with Alcantara™ inserts, black piping and red stitching
Perforated leather-wrapped steering wheel with red stitching and paddle shifters
Red stitching on door panel, center console, and armrest
Premium floormats with metal A-Spec badging
The TLX PMC Edition goes on sale Summer 2019 with an MDX version to follow. We'll have more for you about the Acura TLX PMC Edition from the New York International Auto Show on April 17th.
Pebble Beach could mark the debut of a nearly production-ready version of the Acura Precision concept. The concept debuted at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show and previewed Acura's Precision Crafted Performance design theme first seen in production on the 2019 Acura RDX. While there are (hopeful?) rumors that the 4-door coupe will wear the name Legend, there is not enough evidence to support them. What that means for Acura's aging RLX sedan is anyone's guess.
Also coming is an updated Acura TLX with a Type-S version, a new Acura MDX, and rumor has it even the ZDX may be making a return. All of these could debut over the next 12 to 18 months, but Pebble Beach is in August, so we'll just have to sit tight until then.