Acura ILX 2013 debuts at Chicago Auto Show

Acura ILX 2013 debuts at Chicago Auto Show

Acura, the luxury vehicle division of the Japanese automaker Honda, most prominent in the US and Candian markets, has rolled out the production version of the all-new 2013 Acura ILX luxury sedan.

The American-built Acura ILX will be offered with a choice of three powertrain choices – a 2.0-litre 4-cylinder engine producing 150 hp and 190 nm of torque, a 2.4-litre engine rated for 201 hp and 230 nm of torque, and a hybrid powertrain comprising of a 1.5-litre gasoline engine and an Integerated Motor Assist electric motor, which produces 111 hp and 172 nm torque, combined. Tagged as an “entry-level” luxury sedan, the Acura ILX offers a host of features including smart entry and push-button start, airbags all around, ABS, Vehicle Stability Assist, premium leather seating surfaces with heated front seats, rear-view camera, Active Sount Cancellation system, premium infotainment system with navigation, 60 gb hard disk drive and voice-recognition, and adjustable dampers.

The Acura ILX will go on sale in the US within a few months time, while the UAE and rest of GCC would not get a glimpse of the same, unless one chooses to take a stroll in the gray market on a lucky day sometime later this year.

What do you think?



  1. This car exterior looks like a Toyota Camry 2013 with an Acura badge

  2. Im guessing this car is based on the Honda Civic. But Gosh, that interior is bland for an Acura… the Honda Legend has far plush interiors

  3. Isn’t the camry design kinda copied from Acura?

  4. When will we have Sexy Acuras….???

    2012 Acura-TL my dream car…

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