Find out how the NSX Concept has evolved into its second iteration from Acura Chief Designer Jon Ikeda in a Temple of VTEC video interview below.
Acura Enthusiast Tyson Hugie was invited to Acura headquarters in Torrance, California to learn more about the ILX directly from the design team. Hear him discuss the ILX’s exterior and interior design in the videos below.
The newest model of the Acura family showed its true production form yesterday, revealing some improved adjustments to an already beautiful concept design. If the 2013 ILX is an indication of where Acura design is headed, I’m definitely looking forward to the next generation of vehicles.
Back in January, Acura launched a full-on assault with the unveiling of three new concepts at the North American International Auto Show. Among the invited media in Detroit was the “Legendary” Tyson Hugie of Drive to Five, seen scoping out the hot new ILX Concept fresh out of its box. Hear some of Tyson’s first impressions of the ILX as he chats with Acura’s John Watts, John Ikeda and Jeff Conrad in the series of clips below.
Automobile Magazine caught up with Acura’s Chief Designer Jon Ikeda at the 2012 NAIAS last week for a little discussion on the NSX Concept. A short article about the meeting revealed Ikeda’s five favorite aspects of the vehicle: Proportion, Size, Front-end graphics/roof pillars, Wheels, and Emotion. Visit automobilemag.com for more on Ikeda’s take on the NSX.
If you want to look back about five years, here’s a video interview from Road & Track featuring Jon Ikeda shortly after the Acura ASCC(Advanced Sports Car Concept) debut at NAIAS 2007.