Bob Howard Acura is excited to announce that the Acura RLX Sport Hybrid SH-AWD™ is now on sale.
The 2017 RLX Sport Hybrid is the most powerful and technologically advanced Acura sedan in history and builds upon the standard RLX model’s reputation for outstanding performance and groundbreaking technology.
Few luxury sedans share components with supercars, but then few luxury cars feature the engineering prowess and know-how of the Acura brand. The RLX Sport Hybrid takes advantage of a three-motor Sport Hybrid Super Handling All-Wheel Drive system, an exclusive Acura technology that it shares with the Acura NSX.
Naturally, total power output is also impressive. The RLX Sport Hybrid features a direct-injected V6 engine that is paired to a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission (DCT) with built-in motor generator powering the front wheels, and two rear electric motors for the rear wheels, resulting in a combined power rating of 377 horsepower.*
The real question is, how does all that fancy technology translate to the driving experience? It means that Acura’s latest RLX is an excellent choice for performance-focused drivers that also require practicality and efficiency from their luxury sedan. Not only does it offer the most spacious five-passenger seating in its class, but its intelligent powertrain combines V8-like performance with four-cylinder fuel efficiency.
It’s not just what’s under the hood that will have drivers and onlookers pleased with the RLX Sport Hybrid. The new model also boasts signature and premium Acura technologies as standard, including Acura’s distinctive Jewel Eye™ LED headlights.
The RLX Sport Hybrid also features AcuraWatch™ as standard, the brand’s comprehensive suite of safety and driver assistive technologies that are designed to make your drives safer and more enjoyable.
For more information about the 2017 Acura RLX Sport Hybrid, including pricing and model availability, please contact us online or visit Bob Howard Acura at 13101 N Kelley Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73131.
*Combined system horsepower as measured by the peak, concurrent output of the three electric motors and gasoline engine.