Hopefully, you can get the inside scoop on when the 4th Gen MDX Sport Hybrid will hit the road! I'm thinking Acura won't release until the +MMC along with the Type-S version (maybe the Type-S and Sport Hybrid might be the same vehicle).I'm really looking forward to the Canadian International Auto show in February, which is, finally, now going to be happening earlier than the NY show. I will be attending along with the press this year again prior to general publick attendance. I won't be live streaming from there, but will do my best to edit and release a quick one on Acura's booth as soon as possible after the event on Feb 14-th.
Yes, but it won't. A turbo on top of the existing V6 would give 40-50HP at best. Acura simply plays safe and does not want to bet on enthusiasts.I’m thinking it will try to compete with the Lincoln/ford, Volvo, and Audi horse power so it would have to have about 400HP
Turbo and electric? I don't think so.I think Honda has a pretty good system and could easily use the turbo 2.0 and batteries to get over 400 HP. But that’s my opinion.
It's really gone back and forth quite a bit in the automotive world. Touchscreens were everywhere, then not...now they're coming back. I've experienced the pros/cons of each and have similar ambivalence. Some of the mouse/touch-pad/knob systems have better memory retention once you get used to everything...less distracting. Plus if driving on rough roads it can be tough to hit the touch screen in the right spot. Touchscreen also requires the screen be much closer to the driver vs the free higher in the dash. But the touchscreens give a lot more flexibility for what all is available on a screen.Im not really feeling the RDXs infotainment system. Why couldn't they do a full touch screen like Volvo. Touchscreens are already intuitive in society now from all our phones.