The Acura ZDX is the first all-electric vehicle from the Japanese luxury brand, and it promises to deliver a new level of Precision Crafted Performance. The ZDX, which will go on sale in late 2023 and arrive at dealers in 2024, combines electrified performance, elevated design, and exhilarating power to provide an intuitive, driver-focused experience. With an anticipated range rating of 325 miles and an estimated 500-HP for the ZDX Type S, the ZDX is a game-changer for the electric SUV segment.
The ZDX: A Bold Statement of Style and Technology
The ZDX is based on the Acura Precision EV Concept, which debuted at the 2021 Los Angeles Auto Show. The concept showcased Acura’s vision for the future of electric mobility with a dramatic and expressive design that emphasized the brand’s core values of performance, innovation, and craftsmanship.
The ZDX carries many of the concept's design themes, such as the illuminated Diamond Pentagon grille, sculpted body lines, sleek roofline, and 22-inch wheels. The ZDX also features a distinctive light blade that runs across the vehicle's rear, creating an unmistakable signature look on the road.
The ZDX is available in two trim levels: the ZDX A-Spec and the ZDX Type S. The ZDX A-Spec offers a single-motor configuration with an anticipated range rating of 325 miles and a starting price of $60,000. The 2024 Acura ZDX Type S adds a dual-motor configuration with an estimated 500-HP and a 0-60 time of under 5 seconds. The ZDX Type S also features a sport-tuned suspension, larger brakes, a rear spoiler, and a unique Double Apex Blue Pearl paint. The ZDX Type S has an anticipated range rating of 288 miles and a starting price of $70,000.