The Acura Concept RSX will be displayed at the New York International Auto Show. Modified by the accessory design and engineering group of American Honda, this highly-tuned RSX is a styling exercise created to explore the design possibilities of Acura's latest sporty performance coupe. The Concept RSX rides on a chassis with a track that has been widened five inches compared to stock. The body and chassis of the Concept RSX is comprised of racecar suspension tuning, large 19-inch "black chrome" wheels, prototype Michelin F1 rain tires, Brembo brakes, front and rear carbon fiber spoilers and diffusers, an underbody spoiler, dual center exhaust, custom HID headlights and massive fender. Inside, the driver cockpit has been modified to race specs with carbon fiber seats, race-style instrument panel, a custom gauge cluster with 9000 RPM redline and numerous other enhancements. The Concept RSX characterizes the extreme side to the versatility of the RSX platform. For more information about Acura vehicles, please visit www.acura.com. For media inquiries, please go to www.acuranews.com.
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