2024 Acura ZDX

2024 Acura ZDX

Acura is beginning its journey into an electric future by resurrecting a name from its past: ZDX. Unlike the original ZDX, which debuted for the 2010 model year with fastback styling that was arguably ahead of its time, the new 2024 ZDX SUV is set to wear a more traditional two-box SUV shape. The new SUV was previewed by the Precision EV Concept that debuted at 2022’s Monterey Car Week event.

The concept’s styling is interesting, with a floating roof, smooth body sides, and a light-up grille. The interior features elements that we think the production car won’t be able to pull off, including a narrow yoke-style steering wheel and a transparent infotainment system. On the practical side, the ZDX is the product of a partnership between Acura’s parent company Honda and General Motors; the ZDX will utilize GM’s Ultium battery.

2024 Acura ZDX


If the Cadillac Lyriq the ZDX’s surprising platform-mate is anything to go by, we expect to see rear- and all-wheel drive powertrain options ranging from 340-to-500 horsepower. Acura has confirmed that a ZDX Type S is a part of the plan, and that may well be the all-wheel drive variant with the higher horsepower rating. No details have been released just yet, but we’ll find out more closer to the ZDX’s on-sale date.

2024 Acura ZDX

Battery Life

The ZDX will use GM’s Ultium battery technology and will likely get the same 102.0-kWh battery pack as the Lyriq. That battery is said to provide up to 312 miles of driving range in the Cadillac, so the Acura should offer a similar figure.


Base $60,000
Technology $63,000
A-Spec $66,000
Advance $69,000
Type S $75,000

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