The brand’s first all-electric vehicle, the Acura ZDX, will make its appearance in 2024. The mid-sized SUV is mostly based on GM’s Ultium battery technology.

The ZDX will offer up to 325 miles of EPA-estimated range along with rear- or all-wheel-drive powertrains and a performance-focused 500-hp Style S styling.

The 2024 ZDX will start at over $60,000, and the Style S will launch at roughly $70K, wih initial deliveries expected to commence in the early part of the following year.


Acura’s “Precision Crafted Overall Performance” components are remixed in the 2024 ZDX. While the new mid-sized SUV’s electric drivetrain marks a clear departure from the years of internal combustion engines that came before, Acura fans who value fun-to-drive vehicles should be intrigued by the fact that a general performance-oriented Type S variant is still in the mix.

Here is a brief overview in case anyone missed today’s ZDX unveiling. In addition to being Acura’s first EV, the moniker was revived from the coupe-like SUV thingamajig that made its debut in 2009. The exterior design of the production-ready 2024 ZDX seen in these photographs was also foreshadowed by the Precision EV approach very last year.

Oh, and it shares a lot of components with the Cadillac Lyriq and is built on GM’s Ultium expandable battery system. The ZDX has a similar 121.8-inch wheelbase to the Caddy. The Acura measures 64.4 and 77 inches, respectively, and is a hair taller but a hair slimmer. Additionally, it measures 197.7 inches from tip to tail, which is more than an inch long.

The ZDX’s style is undeniably distinctive, with an appearance that includes the most recent iteration of Acura’s “Jewel Eye” LED headlamps and a pentagonal faux grille with a 3-dimensional embossed surface and an illuminated define. The bodywork is generally simple with a “floating” roof design that stands out especially well in the Sort S’s new Double Apex Blue Pearl colour (the goldish Tiger Eye Pearl is also an option). The Form S has 22-inch wheels while the A-Spec has 20-inch ones. The rear design is completed with a pair of slender taillights.

Both a single-motor rear-drive and a dual-motor all-wheel-drive powertrain are available for the ZDX. 340 horsepower are available from the rear-travel A-Spec. Although an all-wheel-drive version is also available, Acura is still withholding the output of that configuration. The fiery ZDX Type S, meanwhile, has specially tuned dual motors that send 500 horsepower to all four wheels. Equally rated to haul up to 3500 pounds are both designs, regardless of their powerplant.

Each ZDX is equipped with a 102.-kWh battery pack, allowing for a peak charging rate of 190 kW when using a DC quick-charger. According to Acura, this connection may add an estimated 81 miles of choice to the single-motor A-Spec in just 10 minutes. The EPA estimates that the same design will have a range of 325 miles per gallon (315 with all-wheel drive). A 288-mile range is predicted for the Variety S.

Each ZDX features an entirely independent suspension, but the Sort S adds adaptive dampers and air bags that enable a movable ride height, compared to the A-Spec’s coil springs. With larger 15.6-inch entry rotors clamped by Brembo 6-piston callipers, the hi-po ZDX also boasts improved brakes. Acura also equips the electric Kind S with summer tyres that are more grippy to further emphasise its athletic nature.

The interior design of the ZDX isn’t all that different from that of other Acura vehicles. Several of the delicate-looking surfaces have distinctive stitching, and the trim on the dash and doors blends into one another. The central console has cupholders, a wireless charging port, and a flat storage tray. The area below the top section is open and ideal for storing larger items like handbags or hand luggage.

Being that there are buttons and knobs for the HVAC system, as well as a volume knob for the stereo, we’re glad to note that Acura refrained from joining the dark side and implementing largely touch controls. Each ZDX comes equipped with a superior-conclude 18-speaker Bang & Olufsen sound system. Additionally typical are an 11.3-inch touchscreen with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto and an 11.2-inch digital gauge cluster. The Android-powered infotainment system includes Google’s voice navigation, maps, and app store.

In addition to the standard technology, the ZDX’s suite of driver assistance include rear cross-traffic braking and a rear pedestrian alert. Most significantly, AcuraWatch 360+ introduces the brand’s version of GM’s Tremendous Cruise hands-free driving technology, allowing the ZDX to essentially drive itself over roughly 400,000 miles of mapped roads distributed throughout the United States and Canada.

The basic price of the 2024 Acura ZDX A-Spec will be roughly $60,000. Starting price for the more athletic Style S is in the range of $70K. Pre-orders are expected to begin later this year, but customer deliveries won’t likely start until early 2024. Acura also states that sellers will still be involved in almost every ZDX sale, but they will do so online, either from the comfort of their homes or a dealership.

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