Located in Marysville, Ohio, the Acura Performance Manufacturing Center is a state-of-the-art facility offering its engineers unrivaled freedom to curate their workspace and program their assembly bots. The plant is designed with an open plan in mind, allowing every stage of a car’s build to be seen, no matter where you are in the building. Home to the venerable NSX, Acura occasionally releases special ‘PMC’ Edition versions of its other production cars.
The RDX is the latest car in the Acura lineup to get the treatment. Featuring the NSX’s Thermal Orange Pearl, just 360 examples of the special edition SUV will be built, each with its own unique numbered serial plate on the center console. In addition to its dayglow digs, the RDX will also be handbuilt by the same master technicians working on the NSX. And with its PMC delegation, it gains a slew of styling exclusive to the model, including gloss black 20-inch split-5-spoke wheels, Ebony Milano leather sport seats, and dual black chrome exhaust finishers. Top it off with performance upgrades like Acura’s Super-Handling AWD and you have a superior SUV befitting of the PMC badge. Prices will start in the low $50,000s, with delivery beginning in October.
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