Acura teamed up with Graham Rahal Performance to create a SEMA-ready RDX crossover.

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The RDX's 2.0-liter turbo engine was upgraded from its factory ratings of 272 horsepower and 280 pound-feet to 345 horsepower and 370 pound-feet of torque.

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To go along with the power gains, the RDX was also lowered by two inches and equipped with stronger StopTech brakes.

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The RDX's exhaust, turbocharger and intake were all modified to extract more power from the engine.

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HRE 21-inch wheels are wrapped in Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tires.

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A vibrant decal package is applied atop the RDX's A-Spec-exclusive apex blue pearl paint scheme.

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The StopTech brakes have six-piston front calipers.

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A carbon fiber grille is installed up front, with the lower garnish is body-colored to help make the RDX look like it sits lower to the road.

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Various carbon fiber accent pieces help dress up the outside of the crossover.

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Keep clicking or scrolling to see more of the Acura RDX concept.

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