2014 Acura MDX Prototype: Photo Gallery

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Acura’s next-generation MDX SUV is previewed at the 2013 North American International Auto Show in Detroit with a larger interior, newly available front-wheel drive and new technology on the inside. The new MDX may look similar to the current generation, but it rides on a longer wheelbase for additional second-row passenger room and easier access to the third row.

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A revised engine and improved aerodynamics aim to increase fuel efficiency while new multimedia and safety technologies make their debut. Labeled a “prototype,” the production seven-passenger SUV shouldn’t look much different when it goes on sale in mid-2013. The MDX’s interior wasn’t available at the show, so check out the MDX Prototype’s exterior below.

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Comments 

Ken L.

Since there wasn't much wrong with the 2nd gen MDX, I guess Acura figured, why mess with success? The current MDX is Acura's top seller for a reason -It's what people want in their Acura suv, and improving upon those wants and needs with the upcoming MDX will not only satisfy their current loyal customers, but attract new ones. Personally, I really like the 2010 - 2013 MDX. It is the best looking and proportionally sized, IMHO. The upcoming MDX ones looks a little like a blend between the current MDX and RDX.

eagle2x

A nice exterior refinement to an already impressive look. Probably a better choice than SUV's from Volvo, Lexus, Infinity, Audi, MB & USA iron.

Everett B

It's beautiful and thank God they kept the SH-AWD.

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