Car highlights include:
- Jewel Eye LED
- Dimensionally, the overall length is 3.8 inches shorter than the current TL, yet rides the same 109.3 inch wheelbase as the TL. The prototype's right-sized dimensions place the new TLX neatly in between the smaller ILX and larger RLX sedans.
- Two-wheel drive and all-wheel drive versions.
- Two-wheel drive with either the 2.4 or 3.5 liter engines
- TLX SH-AWD is exclusively for the 3.5 liter V6 engine with 9-speed transmission.
- Two new engines
- 2.4-liter 16-valve inline 4-cylinder with direct-injection.
- 3.5-liter SOHC V6 with direct injection
- Two new transmissions.
- 8-speed dual clutch transmission (DCT) with torque converter is mated with the new 4 cylinder engine.
- 9-speed automatic transmission is mated with the V6 engine
The TLX was designed and developed in the United States by Acura engineers working in the company's Los Angeles design studio and Raymond, Ohio new-vehicle development center. The new TLX will be produced using domestic and globally sourced parts at the company's award-winning Marysville, Ohio auto plant, which presently manufactures the 2014 Acura TL performance-luxury sedan.
Acura Reveals TLX Prototype at 2014 NAIAS in Detroit Video:
For more details, please see the Acura TLX Press Release.