Acura just revealed its first official teaser of the all-new 2021 TLX sporty sedan. It will makes its official debut on May 28 of this year which will also have the Type S high-performance version badge at his trunk lid after a ten year break.
The first official teaser of the new Acura TLX reveals a pair of sleek LED taillights that complement the model’s muscular hips, a set of large quad exhaust tips, and a prominent rear diffuser. That also serves as an indirect confirmation of Acura’s loyalty to the concept’s design.
Acura also said on Wednesday that the new TLX will be its best-handling and most well-appointed sport sedan yet, and that the Type S version will make it the quickest one, too. Helping make this possible is the Acura-exclusive platform that debuted in the 2019 RDX. It features premium touches including high-strength and ultra-high-strength steel in the construction for improved rigidity and MacPherson strut front suspension and five-link independent rear suspension for improved handling.
The 2020 TLX uses a naturally aspirated 3.5-liter V6, which is good for 290 horsepower (216 Kilowatts) and 267 pound-feet (362 Newton-meters). Acura’s 2021 TLX Type S will also employ the brand’s Super Handling All-Wheel Drive (SH-AWD) system, as noticed from the small badge on the trunk lid.