Acura has prepared something special for us. It is a car that we would have seen in Los Angeles motorshow, if it wasn’t for the pandemic. After more than two decades and one million units sold since MDX first debuted, Acura is set to unveil the most ambitious redesign of America’s all-time best-selling 3-row luxury SUV.

The fourth-generation MDX will be debuting in prototype form on October 14th.

A teaser image and short video released today, highlight the sharply sculpted beltline running the perimeter of the wider, lower and longer MDX, connecting the Jewel Eye LED headlights at the front to the Chicane LED taillights in the rear.

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The original MDX was the industry’s first three-row SUV to be based on a unibody platform, offering superior comfort, space and driving performance than existing truck-based SUVs. The model earned critical praise, including 2001 North American Truck of the Year and 2001 Motor Trend SUV of the Year awards.

Over the past two decades, cumulative sales have surpassed 1 million units, securing MDX’s place as the best-selling Acura model, accounting for roughly one-third of the brand’s U.S. sales since its launch.