Harmony Acura Looks at the Acura Precision Concept

January 15th, 2016 by

Precision concept
The recently unveiled Acura Precision Concept reveals a bold vehicle that could preview an edgier appearance for future Acura models. The design of the Precision Concept coincides with its name because of its sharp lines and muscular build.


The concept stands wide on the road and has a characterized front fascia with a pentagon shaped grille, carved side panels, high standing arches, deeply sculpted surfaces, pronounced rear wheel arches, and massive 22-inch wheels. The Precision Concept comes with LED headlights and LED taillights that have a floating appearance. The concept is uniquely designed to be a daring addition to the Acura lineup.


Sitting inside the Acura Precision Concept, drivers can see its double-layer instrument panel, plus the front seat surfaces have their own unique feel and design. In the back, the rear seats have a slenderer frame, so they look like they are floating.

For tech, there are wood accented speaker casings, a sporty designed steering wheel with performance enhancing paddle shifters, a head-up system display, and a built in performance monitoring system.

The HMI interface has a wide center screen, but it’s thin and it curves to have a floating appearance. Use the interface like a touch pad, and watch it detect each person in the cabin. When you approach the cabin, the concept works to recognize you, and it can have a memory setting for personalization. This screen detection process adds a whole new form of tech to the Acura line.

When Can We See the Acura Precision Concept?

The current Acura Precision Concept wheelbase measures in at 122 inches, making it the largest Acura model over the RLX with its 112.2-inch wheelbase. Because of its incredibly large size, the Precision Concept is still a concept with no confirmed model announcement. While we wait for more details, come to Harmony Acura to try an exciting tech filled and performance oriented model today. Need more information about us, or do you need to contact us online? Check out our contact page today.

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