By   February 9, 2016

Acura Precision Concept

The Acura Precision Concept made its debut at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) last month. For those not able to get over to Detroit to see the stunning machine you’ll have another chance at the Chicago Auto Show, which will be open to the public from February 13th – 21st.

The design of the concept is what the Japanese automaker is saying is a preview of the design of future models. If this is true we can look forward to bold angles and pronounced grilles with a large Acura logo on future Acura models. We rather like the styling but it will be very interesting to see just how close future vehicles resemble the beautiful concept car.

Besides the futuristic styling, the concept boasts plenty of technology goodies on the inside. These include facial recognition utilization feature, a large center screen, heads up display and touch pad navigation.

Besides the Acura Precision Concept the new production version of the 2017 Acura NSX will also be on display in Chicago. The Hybrid Supercar that will start at $156,000 will be the perfect display mate to the concept. The two are sure to attract a good deal of attention to the Acura display at the show.

If you are in the Chicago area and looking for some automotive fun this weekend, the Chicago Auto Show is the place to be. Plus if you decide to take your significant other there for Valentine’s Day, then it will let you know for sure if they are a keeper.