Yes, autonomous-driven-accident avoidance is here now
New technology, while a wonderful thing, takes a bit of getting used to for many a seasoned driver.
O.K, we won’t B.S. you here. For readers looking to Acura’s under $32 K compact production sports-sedan to be the “end all, be all” automotive metric performer, move on! This is not your car.
In a recent night-driving road test of 2015 TLX, Torque News-Acura was astounded by the near-day-light illumination of Acura's latest Jewel Eye LED 5 projector beam headlamp technology.
The first time Torque News viewed Acura’s tech-rich hybrid, segment breaking, and priciest luxury performance sedan, was at the RLX Sport Hybrid Los Angeles Auto Show debut back in 2013.
Building a mid engine high performance sports car for the streets is not a new undertaking. Its been done in relatively low numbers by several manufacturers since the 1950s.
The short story is that 2016 NSX engineering from an automotive developmental view point is very exciting, and in the near future of performance automotive design will save lives.
Metaphorically throwing oneself under the bus as an automotive journalist can be time consuming as well as debasing as to one’s audience.
Acura’s #2 best selling vehicle is an SUV, no surprise there.
Automotive journalism and subsequent car review is full of pitfalls. We spend much time reading responses from our readers, mostly positive.
Friday’s 20 minute qualifying round found relative newcomer Ryan Eversley of Atlanta Georgia taking the Pole Position for Saturday’s St. Petersburg Pirelli World Challenge G.T.
We’ll begin this article with a bit of praise for Acura design and engineering. The short story is this: Acura’s made all the right moves with the significant refresh of ILX.