Acura has revealed the Precision concept car at the ongoing 2016 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The Acura Precision Concept was developed by the Acura Design Studio in California to reflect “Precision Crafted Performance” of the brand. The new concept car also hints at the designing of future Acura models.
As for exterior styling, the Acura Precision pre-production model gets athletic and aggressive layout with 22-inch wheels and tires. Needless to say, there are signature lighting designs, comprising of Jewel Constellation LED headlights and floating LED taillights. Just so you know, the design theme is being touted as “quantum continuum” and it transites the same elements from exterior to the interior cabin. Surprisingly, there is no B-Pillar in the concept model which compensates for the rear floating seats. Also, the rear center high-mounted stoplight becomes an architecture element piercing the rear glass.
The interior cabin has a compact, race-inspired, sports steering wheel with paddle shifters and Integrated Dynamics System (IDS) controls, a floating center meter, a driver’s head-up display, a cantilevered center stack and an ultra-wide, thin and curved center display screen. In addition, the double-layered instrument panel, the high-contrast front seat surfaces, the ultra-thin “floating” rear seats, evoking the look of modern lounge furniture, and the hand-crafted audio speaker grilles made of exotic wood are peculiar in their own way.