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Acura Design Philosophy

Discussion in 'Vehicle customizing' started by Rvinyl.com, Nov 16, 2015.

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    I recently wrote an updated description fror our Acura dash kits pages ( I completed the same for Ford last week) and was stunned to find so little information on it. All I could find was John Ikeda's comments about the 2017 NSX concept and how the design style is "Human Support Cockpit" based. You can check out my article on Acura's interior trim design philosophy at the link but I'm really interested to know if anyone has any more on this.

    So far, all of the articles about Acura's design style/philosophy comes from one article that I believe was first written in 2012. Any ideas?
     
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    James,

    Wow! That's great, thanks for this!
     
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    You're welcome.

    James
     
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