Acura Unveils Pricing for its First EV, the ZDX: A Bold Entry into Electrification

by AutoExpert   |  23 January, 2024

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Did you guys feel last night's earthquake? It was just Acura dropping off the complete price tag for its first EV ZDX, with the entry-level A-Spec rear-wheel drive (RWD) starting at $64,500.

The ZDX A-Spec model is available with all-wheel-drive (AWD) and two-motor options, with the price starting at 68.500 USD. As for the signature equipment, ZDX Type S wears a 73.500 USD price tag; however, for an additional 1.000 USD, it will offer customers a performance wheel and tire package.

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The Cadillac Lyrig, which uses a similar GM Ultium EV architecture as the ZDX, boasts a more affordable Tech trim priced at $58,590. Other pocket-friendly alternatives, such as Tesla Model Y and Genesis GV60 start at 43.990 USD and, respectively, 52.000 USD.

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Despite this, Acura has not applied any government incentives or tax credits yet. From a specialist's point of view, the Acura ZDX has the power to produce around 340 horsepower in its A-Spec RWD form. The AWD version should add up a bunch of horses, but the automaker hasn't yet named the exact figure. However, we can expect it won't spoil the 500-hp powertrain accessible in the sportier ZDX Type S.

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The ZDX A-Spec RWD can charge up to 81 miles of range in under 10 minutes if using a DC fast charger with the vehicle's 102-kWh lithium-ion battery pack. The EV can access a variety of public fast-charging networks, including Tesla Supercharger stations.

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Acura provides three charging trims and in addition, charging credits with EVgo and its partner roaming networks ranging from 100 USD to 750 USD. The 100 USD package comes with a 500 USD installation credit and a level 2 home charging station, while the 300 USD trim intakes a $250 installation credit and a level 1/level 2 portable charging kit.

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The standard EV houses an embodied Google software, complemented by a wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capacity. It is also the debut model that houses Bang & Olufsen luxury audio, replacing the brand's signature ELS Studio audio system. 

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Acura’s ZDX Type S offers a sportier driving experience with features like blazing performance-oriented adaptive dampers, a set of 22-inch machine-finished wheels, 15.6-inch Brembo front brakes with six-piston yellow calipers, and height-adjustable air suspension.

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Acura’s ZDX appearance on the market proves the company's dedication toward a better future with zero emissions, but it also mirrors the brand's passion for the electrified era performance. As ZDX and ZDX Type S step into the game, Acura can’t wait to start delivering the vehicles to their new homes.

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Acura scheduled the ZDX deliveries for spring 2024. The potential clients can purchase the vehicle exclusively online due to the company's digitalization. 

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