One can say that 2022 will be the defining year for Acura, the luxury Japanese brand that attempts to return to its performance roots and more affordable car models. Today we will attempt to figure out whether it’s the case by reviewing the entire lineup including the latest news and rumors about the exciting newcomers!
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#1 2022 Acura NSX Type S
The second generation Acura NSX has been around since 2016, so Acura is getting ready to wrap up this chapter of the iconic supercar by releasing it under the Type S subbrand. This exotic will be limited to 350 numbered units available worldwide.
#2 2022 ACURA MDX & MDX Type S
ACURA MDX enters its 4th generation in 2022, growing in size slightly and significantly raising the level of standard luxury and technology. In 2022, Acura will also launch the MDX Type S performance version with a turbocharged 3-liter V6 making 355 horses.
#3 2022 Acura TLX Type S
The arrival of the 2nd generation TLX was marked with yet another monumental event for Acura – resurrection of the Type S performance line. The sedan grows in wheelbase length and gets a more sophisticated chassis setup.
#4 2022 Acura RDX
Three years since being introduced as a 3rd generation model, 2022 Acura RDX arrives with a facelift, followed by suspension retuning and added technology features.
#5 2022 Acura Integra
Back in 2006 the Integra moniker was renamed to a generic RSX and consequently discontinued, leaving the fate of the legendary liftback in limbo. However, the modern era of SUVs won’t stand in the way of the Integra’s comeback scheduled for 2022.
#6 2022 Acura ILX
This is the 10th and the final market year for the brand’s smallest model, that will be discontinued to make room for the upcoming Acura Integra. For this reason, the 2022 ILX remains unchanged from the previous years.