The Acura carmaker has recently introduced the RLS Sport Hybrid in the United States, the base entry-level being available from $59,950.
The RLS Sport Hybrid is the latest edition from Acura, which has been announced for the market since last spring, but was apparently delayed until now, due to supposing “technical” issue, as the company explains.
For the aforementioned price, the Acura RLS Sport Hybrid is coming with the LED headlights, smoked chrome front grille, the 19-inch alloy wheels equipped with the all-season Michelin tires and much more.
Inside, the Acura RLS Sport Hyrbid is tweaked with a lot of safety features, like the Forward Collision Warning system, the Lane Keeping Assist and the Blind Spot Information, with addition gizmos like GPS navigation system, the tri-zone automatic climate control system, as well as Milano leather on the seats.
The more premium RLS Sport Hybrid Advance trim is priced at $65,950 and features more tweaks, like heated rear seats, heated and ventilated front seats, Adaptive cruise and more.
Under the hood, both trim levels are powered by a 3.5-liter V6 unit, backed by a three-motor hybrid system, with the models also to sport the SH-AWD (Super Handling All-Wheel Drive) layout.
The power produced stands at an impressive 377 horsepower and 461 Nm of torque.