*Type S coming next Spring.

Acura revealed the quickest, best-handling and most well-appointed sedan in the brand's 35-year history - the all-new 2021 Acura TLX. With a model-exclusive body structure and chassis architecture, all turbo engine lineup, and an athletic stance with bold proportions, the new TLX delivers dramatic gains in both style and dynamic performance. The first Acura sedan fully designed around the brand's Precision Crafted Performance ethos, the 2021 TLX will arrive at dealerships early this fall with a manufacturer suggested retail price (MSRP) starting in the mid-$30,000 range.
The 2021 TLX also incorporates a full array of Acura technologies designed for enhanced comfort, connectivity and audio entertainment, starting with a new implementation of Acura's innovative and driver-oriented True Touchpad Interface™. This system features a high-mounted 10.2-inch HD display and a console mounted touchpad with "Absolute Position" mapping. For more intuitive control, the TLX's upgraded interface features physical Power, Volume and Seek controls positioned within easy reach to the immediate right of the touchpad. Utilizing the latest True Touchpad Interface software, the TLX offers more accurate swipe zones and handwriting recognition, as well as other performance enhancements. In addition, an ergonomically friendly wrist rest provides an anchor point for operation of the touchpad.
All 2021 TLX models will come equipped with the AcuraWatch™ suite of advanced safety and driver-assistive technologies standard. This includes several new features, such as Traffic Sign Recognition (TSR), Driver Awareness Monitor and Traffic Jam Assist (TJA). Working in conjunction with Adaptive Cruise Control with Low Speed Follow, Traffic Jam Assist helps reduce driver stress in highly congested traffic situations by helping keep the vehicle in its lane and at a set interval behind a car detected ahead.

The 2021 TLX features an athletic and powerful exterior design with proportions, stance and silhouette heavily influenced by the Acura Precision Concept and faithfully translated from the Type S Concept. The new TLX's performance intentions are conveyed through its low and wide stance, long dash-to-axle ratio, expansive hood, tapered greenhouse and pronounced rear haunches. Relative to the previous model, the new TLX features a 3.7-inch longer wheelbase, 2.2-inch wider body with wider front and rear tracks (+1.2 in. and +1.6 in., respectively), lower roof (-0.6 in.) and an extended dash-to-axle dimension (+7.8 in.).

Type S in Tiger Eye Pearl.
Type S coming next Spring.
*Type S coming next Spring. 

2021 Acura TLX Performance - Power And Precision

Acura is always the pillar of precision and this year the new TLX does not disappoint. When it comes to performance Acura has outdone itself once again with this year's TLX. The 2021 Acura TLX's has been completely re-engineered with its 272-HP VTEC® Turbo engine and 280 lb-ft of torque. You have options as properly with a multitude of distinct trims. No matter which you select all 2021 TLX models use a 10-speed automatic transmission. If you would like to feel some power you can designate the TLX Type S. It has a 3.0-liter turbocharged V-6, connected to standard SH-AWD, making it the first-ever AWD Type S model.

Some of the performance perks include:

  • 10-Speed Automatic Transmission
  • Remote Engine Start with vehicle feedback
  • Brembo Performance Brake System
  • Adaptive Damper System (ADS)
  • 3.0-Liter Turbo V6
  • 2.0-Liter Turbo
  • NSX-derived Electro-Servo Brake System
  • Integrated Dynamics System (IDS) with Personal Mode

Each trim option of the 2021 Acura TLX will have unique features and specs. The A-Spec and Type S models have stunning details throughout the interior, such as a flat-bottomed and thick-rimmed steering wheel wrapped in contrasted stitched leather. Additionally, the new model features a larger metal-plated paddle shifters. In addition to these upscale materials and colors, David McDavid Acura in Plano's 2021 TLX Type S interior is colossal by Type S badging on the steering wheel, headrests, and door sills.

Acura has developed the 2021 TLX under the concept, "Dual Personal Cockpit," which means that the sedan's more luxury, interior strongly emphasizes the driver and front-seat passenger, creating a beneficial and luxurious experience for two. The new Acura TLX's beneficial center tunnel and full-width instrument panel instill a more intimate and well-defined space for both front-seat occupants, while the wider exterior design enables untouchable first-class luxury and amenity for both. Call David McDavid Acura in Plano at 4696207939 to find out more information about the 2021 Acura TLX.

2021 Acura TLX Interior Design - Superior Comfort and Luxury

The 2021 Acura TLX's cabin is updated with more upscale, unique, and technologically modern, and it takes design cues from the Acura Precision Cockpit's intuitive layout. The interior is designed to please convenience sport sedan lovers, and the 2021 Acura TLX is tastefully designed with high-quality materials like open-pore wood, true aluminum, and full-grain Milano leather. Come down to David McDavid Acura in Plano in Plano, TX to see for yourself.

David McDavid Acura in Plano is thrilled to announce that both the driver and front passenger will also reap the rewards of Acura's brand-new tailored design of the TLX's brand-new front sport seats. The seats come with up to 16-way power adjustability, which makes them notably customizable. No level of accomodation is spared for the driver, so the TLX characteristics enhanced visibility, a healthy leather-wrapped steering wheel, and instrumentation that is cleanly-designed and amusing to understand. which all make for a controlled and emotional driving experience.

If you're into jamming to your well-known tunes coming down the highway, the 2021 TLX has 16 speakers throughout the car body, which includes frequent ceiling-mounted speakers and an upgrade to the subwoofer design, giving you a full concert at each time. It will genuinely give you all the vibes you need while riding in style. While driving, the TLX has is a 7.0-inch color display between the analog speedometer and tachometer. The screen has frequent "cards" that show a digital speedometer, traffic sign recognition and tire pressure, among others difficult info to get you from point A to point B safety.

The experience doesn't avert there. Acura has gone above and beyond to give a full driving euphoria with its 24-color ambient lighting system, adding a sophisticated touch of tech. All the colors are paired each hue with a famous highway around the world to make it more of a themed experience for drives. Pacific Coast Highway, for example, will display an ocean-blue color. Every model comes standard with AcuraWatch, which contains the most sophisticated package of driver-assistance technology, such as Standard adaptive cruise control, Standard blind-spot monitoring, and Standard lane-keeping assist. The sedan also has new equipment, such as traffic-sign recognition and a driver-awareness monitor.

If you're ready to move into the new age of car tech, come see us at David McDavid Acura in Plano in Plano, TX.

2021 Acura TLX Technology - New Age Connectivity and Safety

As soon as you open the doors of the new 2021 TLX, you are greeted by the welcoming infotainment system. The 2021 TLX comes with a 10.2-inch screen with touchscreen capabilities, for improved ease of use and handwriting recognition, as well as steering wheel controls to help keep your hands on the wheel during your ride. Acura has kept safety in mind with the screen reducing distraction from driving by increasing the interface response time. You get more eyes on the road and fewer on the screen. The infotainment system features a Wi-Fi hotspot and an ELS premium stereo, as well as its time trusted standard features of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The dash has two USB points in the front for when you need a charge or if you want to connect in.

From the front, you see a more upright and bolder diamond pentagon grille that is flanked by signature, next-generation Acura lighting cues as seen in the Type S Concept. These include new Jewel Eye® LED headlights with four LED factors. Sharp bright-white "Chicane" LED daytime running lights first-rate the way, inspired by the championship-winning Acura ARX-05 Daytona Prototype race car.

The sedan's stylish and combative side profile uses sheer, angled surfaces to create healthy light-and-shadow contrasts. Designed to accentuate the sedan's muscular rear wheel arches, which lead into a rear section featuring a shorter overhang,upswept rear decklid, "Chicane" LED taillights and exposed dual exhaust outlets. The roof has been sculpted with a lower-set center section. It is defined by two inward curving grooves, for a more dynamic look that conveys a sense of movement and lower appearance. The methodically tailored cabin section is set farther back on the body and features more steeply inward-sloping roof pillars to supplemental emphasize the TLX's muscular low and wide stance. The new design is a must see. It's worth a visit to David McDavid Acura in Plano in Plano, TX to experience this next-generation in person.

2021 Acura TLX Next-Generation Design

The 2021 TLX characteristics a sure and nimble exterior design with proportions, posture and silhouette densely influenced by the Acura Precision Concept and devotedly translated from the Type S Concept. The new TLX's performance intentions are revealed through its intense hood, long dash-to-axle ratio, scanty and wide stance, tapered greenhouse and distinctive rear haunches. Similar to the previous model, the new TLX characteristics a 3.7-inch longer wheelbase, 2.2-inch wider body accompanied by a lower roof (-0.6 in.), wider front and rear tracks (+1.2 in. and +1.6 in., respectively),and an extended dash-to-axle dimension (+7.8 in.).

The notorious Type S High Performance Variant is expected to arrive at David McDavid Acura in Plano in spring 2021. The TLX Type S builds upon the A-Spec styling elements, elevating TLX's sporty appearance even supplemental. At the front, an intrusive open-surface Diamond Pentagon grille. The larger side air intakes feed an all-new compelling V6 turbo engine developed for Acura Type S models. Aerodynamic elements feature a rear decklid spoiler, intrusive front splitter and rear diffuser, as well as, massive quad exhaust outlets that harken back to the 2007-2008 TL Type S. A option of two exclusive 20-inch wheels designs will be offered, a split-10 spoke design from the Type S Concept and lightweight "Y-Spoke" wheel inspired by the NSX, both wrapped in 255-series performance rubber. Another details on the TLX Type S will be released closer to its release date in the Spring of 2021. Visit David McDavid Acura in Plano for more information and to reserve your 2021 Acura TLX.

2021 Acura TLX Available at David McDavid Acura in Plano

David McDavid Acura in Plano is excited to to carry Acura's highly classic A-Spec sport package continues to add scarce sport appearance growths inside and out. Additional outside A-Spec features includes Shark Grey 19-inch wheels, front to rear gloss black accents, darkened headlights & tail light treatment, and a noticeable rear decklid spoiler.

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