The talented group behind the Acura RDX shares its insights into what inspires them.

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Now celebrating its 15th year, SH-AWD is the first all-wheel drive system that distributes the optimum amount of torque not only between the front and rear wheels but also between the left and right rear wheels. The result is uncanny cornering performance that provides incredibly neutral steering and outstanding vehicle stability.

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Overview of the TLX driver assistance features including lane keeping assist, lane departure warning, low-speed follow, multi-view rear camera, and more.

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We recently helped Tyson and his family and friends from around the country celebrate his 500,000 milestone in his 1994 Acura Legend! The day was full of rousing applause, riveting stories and exciting surprises. You can check out all the action here.

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The wait is over. Introducing the Type S Concept, the next chapter of Precision Crafted Performance.

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One of the Acura driver assist features is adaptive cruise control with low speed follow. Once adaptive cruise control is activated, you can set your preferred cruising speed and then set one of four following intervals. The low speed follow feature can bring the car to a full stop without any use of the brake. For more details on adaptive cruise control, see the owner’s manual available online at owners.acura.com

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Mike Accavitti, VP of Auto Marketing recaps Acura's 2012 debuts from the 2012 New York International Auto Show.

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Acura is marking 30 years since the shot heard ‘round the automotive world -- the 1989 global debut of the first-generation Acura NSX. The first mid-engine exotic without a European pedigree, NSX was a low slung, super light, high-revving machine sporting the world’s first all-aluminum monocoque, titanium connecting rods, a VTEC valvetrain and levels of quality and daily driving comfort unheard of in sports cars of the time.

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Acura highlights the story of the restored RealTime Racing #42 Integra Type R and its return to the track. The video highlights the Integra Type R’s original run in near-bone stock form, its dominant performance in the SPEED Touring Car championship, and its return to racing glory.

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