2022 Acura MDX Interior Revealed
It has a massive infotainment display, upscale materials, and a digital gauge cluster, as seen in the provided images and video.
1. Acura has released images and a video portraying the next-generation Acura MDX's interior.
2. It has more upscale materials, a larger infotainment display, a brand-first digital gauge cluster, and a 25-speaker sound system.
3. The new MDX will be fully revealed next week and should arrive in dealerships early next year.
The 2022 Acura MDX's interior has been unveiled in a series of images and a video released by Acura today. The next and fourth generation 3-row MDX will be fully revealed on October 14th and, according to Acura, will be the most premium and performance-focused MDX in history. Acura says the new MDX's interior will have a lower and wider dash that will be wrapped in leather and trimmed with open-pore wood. The infotainment screen will be what Acura calls "ultrawide", and also appears in TLX and RDX models.
A brand first is seen in the new MDX, a digital gauge cluster with two modes will be offered. Also available is a 25-speaker ELS Studio 3D premium audio system with LED ambient lighting. Its all-new sport seats are heated and cooled, and will have multiple massage settings. Leather and gorgeous stitching lines the MDX's interior, this is a design called "curvilinear quilting" by Acura.
The 2022 MDX can seat 7, and the 2nd row seats look to be split 40/20/40, suggesting that the center block may be removable. Shifting is now done via buttons, steering is through a 3-spoke wheel from the TLX, and sky viewing is possible thanks to its panoramic sunroof.
Like I mentioned in the first MDX related article, the 2022 MDX is expected to be powered by a 355 horsepower turbocharged 3.0 L V6 from the TLX Type S and a naturally aspirated 3.5 L V6 that generates 290 horsepower. This power is most likely going to be delivered to Acura's latest SH-AWD system via a fuel efficient 10-speed automatic transmission.