2022 Acura MDX World Debut on December 8th

2022 acura mdx world debut on december 8th

Acura will reveal the 2022 Acura MDX on December 8. America’s best-selling three-row luxury SUV gets its most dramatic redesign in 20 years. Bolder inside and out, Acura’s new flagship model is claimed to be the most performance-focused, technologically advanced premium SUV in the company’s history.

The debut of Acura’s fourth-generation SUV can be seen at Acura.com/2022-MDX on Tuesday, December 8 at 11:30 a.m. PST, when viewers can tune-in for a first look at the 2022 MDX. The 2022 MDX sits atop a new light-truck platform incorporating an MDX-first double-wishbone front suspension, and a well-appointed interior loaded with new features and technologies.

The MDX joins Acura’s RDX, the best-selling model in its segment, and the TLX sports sedan as the latest models to be designed around what Acura calls Precision Crafted Performance DNA. The new MDX, featuring a 3.5-liter VTEC V6 engine, 10-speed automatic transmission, and available fourth-generation Super Handling All-Wheel Drive (SH-AWD) will arrive at dealers early next year. Acura’s first high-performance SUV variant, the MDX Type S, will follow in the summer of 2021.

The 2001 MDX was the industry’s first three-row SUV to be based on a unibody platform, eschewing the more rugged attributes of truck-based SUVs for comfort, space, and better mileage. Upon its debut, MDX earned critical praise, including the 2001 North American Truck of the Year and 2001 Motor Trend SUV of the Year awards. Over the past two decades, MDX has become America’s all-time best-selling three-row luxury SUV, with cumulative sales exceeding 1 million units, according to MotorIntelligence.

Tune in on December 8th to see if Acura can maintain that sort of success with the next MDX.

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  • SharkDiver SharkDiver on Dec 01, 2020

    Pffffft...Wake me when GM debuts the new ZO6.

  • Varezhka Varezhka on Dec 02, 2020

    Didn't they already show us what they'll look like and most of the specs about a month ago as an MDX "prototype"? Why bother with all the shadows and the secrecy?