2024 Acura ZDX Spotted Testing With Almost No Camo

Acura unveiled the 2024 Acura ZDX last month, showing off the all-new all-electric crossover at several premier events in California during Monterey Car Week. The new Acura ZDX is the Japanese brand’s very first EV, and offers 325 miles of range per charge, as well as 500 horsepower from the high-performance Type S. Now, we’re checking out what the 2024 Acura ZDX looks like in the real world with the following photos.

A 2024 Acura ZDX prototype testing on public roads.

Spotted testing on public roads, this 2024 Acura ZDX prototype is covered in minimal camouflage, with only a little body-hugging black-and-white camo seen on the central section of the lower front bumper. The rest of the crossover is completely uncovered, giving us a look at the crossover in natural lighting in a real-world setting.

The 2024 Acura ZDX takes its design cues from the Acura Prevision EV Concept that debuted last year, and features LED lighting signatures that run horizontally across the tops of the headlight housings. The front fascia is composed of several hard angles and sharp lines, with the top “grille” section formed by a diamond-shaped indent and the lower bumper formed by similar geometric shapes.

In the corners, this 2024 Acura ZDX prototype is rolling on a set of large alloy wheels with a six split spokes and a silver finish. The sideview mirror housings are finished in black, while the rearmost pillar is also blacked-out, creating a sort of “floating roof” design.

Moving into the rear, the taillights are horizontally oriented, just like the headlights, stretching from the rear hatch into the rear fenders. The lower bumper is finished in black.

As for the specs, the 2024 Acura ZDX is available with a single electric motor driving the rear wheels, or a dual-motor setup delivering all-wheel-drive. The GM-sourced 102 kWh lithium-ion battery pack can regain 81 miles of range in just 10 minutes. Type S variants dole out 500 horsepower, and are also equipped with height-adjustable air suspension, large Brembo brakes, and performance-tuned adaptive dampers.

The 2024 Acura ZDX starts around $60,000, with pre-sales set to kick off later this year, and deliveries expected early in 2024.

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