Acura Makes Headlines on an International Stage

Every year, car enthusiasts from around the world gather in California for the annual Monterey Car Week. This exciting week is filled with hot cars, thrilling rides, and headline-worthy unveils, and, this year, the carmaker stealing the headlines with the biggest announcement is Acura, with their Type S reveal. At Acura of Pembroke Pines, we have a sneak peek at this incredible vehicle.

It's been about ten years since Acura retired their performance name "Type S," and they announced to the world earlier this year that they were bringing it back. True to their word, the carmaker made the splashy reveal this week in California, and this new performance car promises to be both thrilling and fun to look at.

The Type S concept car made itself known at "The Quail, A Motorsports Gathering," which is a special event held as part of the annual Monterey Car Week. When the drop cloth was removed, people in the audience were able to feast their eyes on a car that has:

  • An eye-catching, Acura signature Diamond Pentagon front grille design
  • A unique front light design, with daytime running lights that also serve as front blinkers
  • A rear that's all business, with a spoiler and design that effectively puts across the car's roots as a performance vehicle

Two versions of this Type S concept car are expected to be released to south Florida drivers throughout the Miami and Fort Lauderdale area, and across the country, over the course of the next couple years, starting with an upcoming Acura TLX Type S.

Learn more about the Type S concept unveiled in California, and what it means for your future drives, by visiting us in person at our Pembroke Pines dealership. Our sales team can answer any questions you have about our lineup of new Acura vehicles and tell you more about what to expect from the new Type S performance design.

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