The all-new Acura TLX was recently spotted, with zero camouflage, while the automaker was filming the model for a promotional video, according to Motor1.
Looking at its front fascia, it’s evident that the model has been inspired by the Acura Precision Concept seen at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show. The Acura TLX sports an open, five-sided grille which adds to its sporty vibe.
Aside that, this model employs a sleeker LED headlights as well as a sharp crease that stretches to the hood and into the front end. Over at the rear, the TLX has revamped taillights along with a sporty black lower portion.
This sedan appears to have three distinct parts for its front which indicates that we could be seeing three versions of the model. The first model is a white sedan with simple inlet and chrome trim on the top and the second white model has a black center section, think trunk lid spoiler and foglights at the edges.
Meanwhile, the third model looks dashing in red and appears to be similar to the first model. However, it also has the foglights at its corners. There is also a metallic strip below the doors and it sure seems like there may be a body-color trunk lip spoiler too.
One look at these spy shots and we already feel that the Acura TLX seems to fall short in the looks department which makes even the Honda Accord look stunning in comparison.