The 2024 Acura ZDX has dark aftermarket wheels and a virtual shadow line; it looks great.

At the 102nd Pikes Peak International Hill Climb on June 23, the all-new, all-electric, second-generation Acura ZDX Type S will make its pace car debut. So they believe it. Do you believe it too?

Acura ZDX

The first customer deliveries of single-motor and dual-motor variants of Acura’s recently launched ZDX, the company’s first premium all-electric SUV, began in early May. The 2024 Acura ZDX A-Spec and ZDX Type S arriving at dealerships nationwide are the performance brand’s first electric vehicles (EVs) with a range of up to 313 miles, DC fast charging, and a design very similar to General Motors’ Ultium vehicle architecture, which is currently powering vehicles like the Cadillac Lyriq, Chevrolet Equinox, and Blazer EV, and Honda Prologue.

In fact, the Prologue and Blazer EV have the same motor, but the Prologue and Cadillac Lyriq have the same steering, climate control, and door handles. The price, on the other hand, is in the premium segment. The MSRP for the A-Spec RWD with a single motor, the A-Spec AWD with two motors, and the Type S with 500 horsepower are $64,500, $68,500, and $73,500, respectively.

Acura ZDX

No one can say for sure whether the Acura ZDX will succeed in this ever-changing electric vehicle market. A few months ago, the Tesla Model Y was competing with it for the title of the world’s best-selling car, regardless of the type of powertrain. Half a year later, everyone is considering a return to the days of the internal combustion engine (ICE) as EV sales are stagnating and resale values ​​are falling.

You still have time to make the Acura ZDX stand out in any EV crowd, so don’t worry if you’ve already made up your mind and have it in the driveway or on the way. More specifically, Nikita Chuiko, a virtual artist better known on social media as Kelsonic, believes this is the ideal CGI time to work on a better Acura ZDX. The imaginative world of digital automobile content creators is eager to provide CGI help.

Acura ZDX

Even though the Acura ZDX Type S offers several interesting color possibilities, such as dual-tone colors, the pixel artist chose to stick with something as traditional as possible, with the silver paint job and his trademark CGI shadow line transformation looking great next to the black roof and pillars. Furthermore, the author didn’t feel his work was done until he put the all-electric crossover SUV on large aftermarket wheels with a stylish Y-spoke design and a lovely dark shade of gray.

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