Acura didn’t offer any preview imagery of the new ZDX, but it did say it will share styling with the Precision EV Notion proven earlier these days. It is apparently staying built in the same California design center that gave us the initial ZDX. Although if it appears to be like significantly like the Precision, this new ZDX likely won’t have the distinctive coupe-like shape of the primary.
The EV will start in 2024 together with the Prologue and Blazer EV. Honda-created EVs will comply with in 2026. The Blazer will start out about $45,000 for the most economical model, and all-around $66,000 for the major-stage one. We would wager the Acuras are on the high aspect of that variety, with the Type S perhaps topping the Blazer SS styles.