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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.

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Key Points:

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.

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Details

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.

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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.

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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.

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Powertrain

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.

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Comments (1)

  • My family had a 2016 mdx, and it was a really good car, especially given it was $10-15k less than the 3-row luxury competition. I’m happy to see they have improved the interior, because though it was very good in the previous generation, it wasn’t nearly good enough to compete with everyone else. What I’m sad to see is that they haven’t removed that STUPID touchpad that controls the center screen

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