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Aznom Palladium ‘Hyper Limousine’ Interior Teased With Two New Shots



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Aznom Palladium interior teaser

Promising the best in craftsmanship Italy has to offer.

So far, 2020 has been full of (mostly unpleasant) surprises. The world hasn’t stopped spinning, however, so it’s time for yet another one and, fortunately, this time it is shaping up to be an interesting one. It comes from Italy and the Monza-based Aznom Automotive company.

We first heard about Aznom’s upcoming Palladium in late September when the model’s first teaser images were released. Today, we can share two more teasers providing a sneak peek at the cabin of the world’s first “hyper limousine.”

No, that’s not a term we’ve invented but how the automaker itself describes its new product. More precisely, as Aznom says, this is what the model is “known by people in the business,” and it turns out it is almost ready for its big debut later this month. Currently, the Italian team is putting the finishing touches on the interior and is conducting final tests and evaluations on public roads in Northern Italy.

So far, there are just two sketches of the interior but Aznom says “the high value of the design is immediately recognizable and the quality of the material used is extremely refined.” We are yet to see the final product and won’t rush with our conclusions but the rear passenger area features two reclining seats and a refrigerated compartment, plus a few drawers.

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Deep-pocketed customers will be happy to learn that Aznom plans to discuss every possible surface and material with the client before a final order is made. Thanks to “the best suppliers and the most

2021 Acura MDX new interior design teased in latest video

The 2021 Acura MDX will debut in prototype form next week October 14, but that’s not stopping Acura from releasing a teaser video of the next-gen MDX’s classy, new interior. Acura’s flagship SUV is a solid contender in the three-row, seven-seat luxury segment, but the outgoing third-gen MDX’s lackluster interior is unworthy of praise.

All of that changes in the fourth-gen 2021 Acura MDX. Destined to arrive in North America by early or mid-2021, Acura claims its newest MDX is the most premium (i.e. the most luxurious) and highest-performing seven-seat SUV in the carmaker’s history. According to Acura, the incoming MDX prototype is worthy of becoming a flagship model with a fine blend of innovative design, better premium materials, and a bevy of class-leading tech features.

Based on Acura’s latest teaser video, the new MDX’s cabin is a sight to behold. The vehicle has a new Acura Precision Cockpit featuring a fully digital instrument display. Meanwhile, the central tunnel is home to a new drive mode feature, while the dashboard is flanked by a new HD infotainment system. The wider and lower instrument panel is accentuated by hand-wrapped leather, French stitching, and open-pore wood accents.

It’s hard to miss those new perforated Acura sport seats which, according to Acura, features a more sculpted form and quilted stitching in all three rows. The seats are also wider than before, while the front massaging seats will melt the stress away as you drive. Driving music is courtesy of an ELS Studio 3D ‘Signature Edition’ audio system with 25 speakers. Also new in the MDX is LED interior ambient lighting.

It all looks mightily good from our perspective. With its new exterior design and a brand spanking new interior, the 2021 Acura MDX is upping the ante against its main competitors like the

The 2021 Acura MDX’s Luxed-Up Interior Teased Before the Full Unveil

Despite the fact that its exterior design likely leaked earlier this year, we recently got our first teaser for the upcoming Acura MDX Prototype. It looks longer, leaner, and sharper than ever before. Now we’re being treated to a look at the MDX Prototype’s new interior, and the striking new design is clearly a shot at the big luxury brands.



a close up of a car: 2022 Acura MDX Interior 3


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2022 Acura MDX Interior 3

The most obvious changes are the brand new driver’s area, the addition of a fully digital driver’s display that the brand is calling the Acura Precision Cockpit, and a brand new central tunnel that contains a drive mode selector much like the one found in the NSX supercar. Another massive screen sits atop the dashboard, revealing a reworked infotainment system that’s more elegant than before.

Other photos reveal the new look to the seats. There’s now more detailing in the way of contrasting stitching and piping, as well as intricate quilting. It also looks like there are tiny holes for seat ventilation, too. The leather with the contrasting piping continues into the second (and perhaps even the third) row of the new MDX.

Lastly there’s a look at a brand new, 25-speaker ELS Studio 3D audio system. It features LED lights behind the speaker grilles, similar to the high-end systems from Mercedes-Benz and BMW. All in all, it looks like the MDX is going seriously upmarket, signaling Acura’s ambition to double down on both luxury and performance. The new MDX Prototype will be fully unveiled on October 14th, so stay tuned for everything you need to know about the next big SUV from Acura.

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2021 Acura MDX interior teased, prototype to be unveiled Oct. 14

Acura is working on a redesign for the MDX. It’s the next introduction in Acura’s production transformation that kicked off with the arrival of the 2019 RDX and has continued with the arrival of the 2021 TLX.

Although both the new RDX and TLX have been on target, the new fourth-generation MDX is expected to be the most impressive yet of Acura’s redesigned lineup. Camouflaged prototypes have already been spotted and Acura will show us the design on October 14 with the reveal of a prototype.

2021 Acura MDX spy shots - Photo credit: S. Baldauf/SB-Medien

2021 Acura MDX spy shots – Photo credit: S. Baldauf/SB-Medien

2021 Acura MDX spy shots - Photo credit: S. Baldauf/SB-Medien

2021 Acura MDX spy shots – Photo credit: S. Baldauf/SB-Medien

2021 Acura MDX spy shots - Photo credit: S. Baldauf/SB-Medien

2021 Acura MDX spy shots – Photo credit: S. Baldauf/SB-Medien

Acura looks to be going with evolutionary styling for the new MDX, though the vehicle will feature more sculpting for the surfaces, including a more prominent shoulder line running from the headlights to the taillights. We also know the new MDX will be longer, wider and lower than the current model, and it will also feature a sporty Type S variant.

Acura MDX Prototype teaser

Acura MDX Prototype teaser

Acura MDX Prototype teaser

Acura MDX Prototype teaser

Acura MDX Prototype teaser

Acura MDX Prototype teaser

Acura MDX Prototype teaser

Acura MDX Prototype teaser

Inside, the MDX will take design cues from the NSX supercar and 2021 TLX sport sedan. The dashboard features a horizontal theme with with a start button on the center console below a pushbutton gear selector. A trackpad will control the large infotainment screen perched atop the dashboard like a tablet, and a digital gauge cluster will be available.

It isn’t clear what Acura has planned for the powertrains. The base option is likely to remain a naturally aspirated V-6, and there should also be a hybrid option. For the MDX Type S, power is likely to come from the 355-horsepower 3.0-liter turbocharged V-6 of the TLX

2021 Acura MDX interior teased, prototype to be unveiled Oct. 14 via Type a message

Acura is working on a redesign for the MDX. It’s the next introduction in Acura’s production transformation that kicked off with the arrival of the 2019 RDX and has continued with the arrival of the 2021 TLX.

Although both the new RDX and TLX have been on target, the new fourth-generation MDX is expected to be the most impressive yet of Acura’s redesigned lineup. Camouflaged prototypes have already been spotted and Acura will show us the design on October 14 with the reveal of a prototype.

2021 Acura MDX spy shots - Photo credit: S. Baldauf/SB-Medien

2021 Acura MDX spy shots – Photo credit: S. Baldauf/SB-Medien

2021 Acura MDX spy shots - Photo credit: S. Baldauf/SB-Medien

2021 Acura MDX spy shots – Photo credit: S. Baldauf/SB-Medien

2021 Acura MDX spy shots - Photo credit: S. Baldauf/SB-Medien

2021 Acura MDX spy shots – Photo credit: S. Baldauf/SB-Medien

Acura looks to be going with evolutionary styling for the new MDX, though the vehicle will feature more sculpting for the surfaces, including a more prominent shoulder line running from the headlights to the taillights. We also know the new MDX will be longer, wider and lower than the current model, and it will also feature a sporty Type S variant.

Acura MDX Prototype teaser

Acura MDX Prototype teaser

Acura MDX Prototype teaser

Acura MDX Prototype teaser

Acura MDX Prototype teaser

Acura MDX Prototype teaser

Acura MDX Prototype teaser

Acura MDX Prototype teaser

Inside, the MDX will take design cues from the NSX supercar and 2021 TLX sport sedan. The dashboard features a horizontal theme with with a start button on the center console below a pushbutton gear selector. A trackpad will control the large infotainment screen perched atop the dashboard like a tablet, and a digital gauge cluster will be available.

It isn’t clear what Acura has planned for the powertrains. The base option is likely to remain a naturally aspirated V-6, and there should also be a hybrid option. For the MDX Type S, power is likely to come from the 355-horsepower 3.0-liter turbocharged V-6 of the TLX