Acura Precision EV concept fully revealed, premiering the brand’s new design language. Today, Acura officially presented its Precision EV concept after teasing it last week with a grille that was extraordinarily brilliant. Even though it’s only a concept,

Acura’s new design language, which was developed with the electrified era in mind, makes its debut on this EV. “A dynamically designed all-electric SUV expected in 2024” will be the first Acura production vehicle to feature this new design language. According to official statements, “the beauty, craftsmanship, and harmony of form and function distinctive to premium Italian motor boats” served as inspiration for the Precision idea.

It is clothed in a matte Double Apex Blue hue with “strong character lines,” an expressive shape, and an athletic posture. A dramatic lighted version of Acura’s Diamond Pentagon grille, Chicane daytime running light signature, and new Particle Glitch lighting on the front and rear facias are just a few of the theatrical lighting elements that Acura claims the Precision EV concept vehicle has.

Acura Precision EV concept fully revealed, premiering the brand’s new design language

The 23″ wheels of the automobile really have the “emotional” Particle Glitch motif replicated on the spokes. The cabin, which has a low-slung driving posture and a two-grip yoke-style steering wheel, is designed to provide an immersive experience “that engages the driver’s senses.”

There is also recycled cast acrylic, 100% biomass leather, marbled recycled plastic trim, recycled metal, and milled FSC-certified wood. Instinctive Drive, which enhances the performance experience, and a tranquil Spiritual Lounge mode, which is used during autonomous operation, are the two interior settings.

A “hyper-wide, curved transparent display and haptic touch reaction” are two more features of the Precision concept that preview the future iteration of the Acura HMI. Even while this idea is rather impressive, it’s not certain how much of it will actually end up in the SUV that will be available in 2024.

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