When you’ve made up-market luxury cars with precision – pun intended – since the 1980s, making a grand entrance is the least of your concerns.
Okay, who are we kidding? The Acura Precision Concept is definitely the curvy goddess with such seamlessly smooth body that it should be appreciated when some incarnation of it hits gets to production.
When that will be, of course, no one knows.
Style may just be superseding substance here, although besides “an updated version of Acura’s infotainment system with a curved screen,” as The Verge points out, the concept sports a “new user interface” that the website suggests will “make it into Acura’s coming production models.”
The educated guess is that the Acura Precision Concept is in fact a ploy to get into the mix with the likes of the Mercedes-Benz CLS and BMW 6 Grand Coupe, but a little more sporty – let’s just say, that Lexus RC-F flair.
The standout “crazy” features include suicide doors and floating rear seats. Then there’s also the eye for interior design that may just be the innovation that sparks what should make it to production: the center-mounted touch pad in the center console.
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