Prices for the 2024 Acura ZDX Luxury EV SUV Range from $65,745 to $74,745

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Acura is embarking on its electric vehicle journey with a boost from its collaborators: the introduction of the 2024 ZDX marks the brand’s inaugural foray into the EV realm.

Built on GM’s Ultium platform, which also serves as the foundation for the Cadillac Lyriq, the ZDX signifies a significant stride toward Acura’s electrified future.

The recent revelation of its pricing places the starting cost of the ZDX at $65,745, slightly above the entry point for the Lyriq, which commences at under $60,000.

Following a parallel trajectory to the Cadillac, the Acura ZDX lineup initiates with a rear-wheel-drive, single-motor setup generating 342 horsepower.

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The base ZDX A-Spec variant also offers the option of a dual-motor, all-wheel-drive configuration for an additional $4000, elevating power output to 459 hp.

Equipped with a 102.0-kWh battery pack, the ZDX A-Spec is anticipated to deliver an estimated range of 325 miles in the RWD iteration and 315 miles in the AWD rendition.

The Type S variant amplifies performance with a 500-horsepower dual-motor powertrain, starting at approximately $74,745.  Despite its increased power, the Type S boasts a slightly lower range estimate of 288 miles.

Distinguishing itself as the sportier option, the Type S features an enhanced height-adjustable air suspension complemented by adaptive dampers, along with 22-inch wheels and larger Brembo brakes. Enthusiasts have the option to opt for a set of summer tires for an additional $1000.

Inclusive within the ZDX purchase is the choice between three charging packages, all of which encompass 60.0-kWh of complimentary charging at Electrify America stations. These packages extend various amenities, such as a home charging station, a portable charging kit, an installation credit, and credits redeemable at EVGo charging stations.

Anticipated to make its debut at U.S. dealerships in early spring, the ZDX signals Acura’s bold step into the electrified automotive landscape.

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