Acura All-New 2021 TLX Sedan Elevates Acura Sedan Performance and Styling.
Acura revealed the quickest, best-handling sedan in its 35-year history.
The new 2021 Acura TLX with a model-exclusive body structure and chassis architecture, all turbo engine lineup, and an athletic stance with bold proportions, delivers dramatic gains in both style and dynamic performance.
The 2021 TLX Acura sedan designed around Acura’s Precision Crafted Performance ethos, will arrive at dealerships early this fall with an MSRP starting in the mid-$30,000 range.
The second-generation TLX marks the highly anticipated return of Acura’s Type S high-performance variant after a decade-long hiatus. The TLX Type S, arriving next spring, will be powered by an all-new Acura exclusive 3.0-liter turbocharged V6 engine developed for Type S levels of performance.
In fulfilling its mission as a thoroughly modern sports sedan, the 2021 TLX integrates a multitude of performance, comfort, and connectivity technologies first deployed on the highly successful third-generation Acura RDX.
- A high-output 2.0-liter VTEC® turbocharged engine,
- 4th-generation SH-AWD® system,
- Award-winning Acura ELS STUDIO 3D® premium audio
- The latest iteration of Acura’s driver-focused True Touchpad Interface™.
“With this new TLX, we’re doubling down on what today’s sport sedan enthusiasts are asking for – a more stylish, personal and performance-focused driving experience.”
“Our designers and engineers really took the gloves off, rethinking what an Acura sport sedan should be, right down to its most essential elements – stance, proportion, platform and powertrain. This is unquestionably our most ambitious redesign of an Acura sedan.”
Jon Ikeda, vice president, and Acura brand officer.
A-Spec: Sport Package
Acura’s highly popular A-Spec sport package continues, adding distinctive sport appearance upgrades inside and out. Unique exterior A-Spec features include Shark Grey 19-inch wheels, gloss black accents front to rear, darkened headlight and taillight treatment, and a pronounced rear decklid spoiler.