Acura has released pricing for the new 2024 ZDX electric SUV.
It starts at $65,745 for the rear-wheel-drive A-Spec model and $74,745 for the more powerful Type S version that comes standard with all-wheel drive.
The ZDX will go on sale in the U.S. starting in early spring.
UPDATE 2/16/24: Acura has released the destination charge for the ZDX, so we've added that mandatory $1245 fee to the prices listed here. Acura also now says that the base A-Spec makes 342 horsepower and that the A-Spec AWD makes 459 horsepower.
Acura is getting a little help from its friends in kickstarting its electric-vehicle lineup: the 2024 ZDX is the brand's first EV effort, and it's based on GM's Ultium platform that also underpins the Cadillac Lyriq. We now know how much the ZDX will cost, and its starting price of $65,745 is higher than the Lyriq's, which starts at under $60,000.
Similar to the Cadillac, the Acura ZDX lineup starts off with a rear-wheel-drive, single-motor configuration producing 342 horsepower. The base ZDX A-Spec trim level is also available in a dual-motor, all-wheel-drive configuration for an extra $4000, which offers 459 hp. The ZDX A-Spec has a 102.0-kWh battery pack estimated to provide 325 miles of range in the RWD version and 315 miles in the AWD version.
The Type S turns up the wick with a 500-horsepower dual-motor powertrain, starting at around $74,745. Its range estimate is lower, at 288 miles. The sportier Type S features an upgraded height-adjustable air suspension with adaptive dampers, plus 22-inch wheels and larger Brembo brakes. There's an optional set of summer tires for an extra $1000.
Included in the purchase of a ZDX is a choice of one of three charging packages. They all include 60.0-kWh of free charging at Electrify America stations, plus various options such as a home charging station, a portable charging kit, an installation credit, and credits at EVGo charging stations.
The ZDX will start arriving at U.S. dealerships in early spring.
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