As oil supplies dwindle, environmental regulations increase, and consumer tastes change, what is the future of the supercar?
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When Acura unveiled the production versions of the 2013 Acura ILX at the Chicago Auto Show in February, prices were not part of the announcement.
We’ve noticed a trend of automakers largely sticking with their 2011 prices for 2012 models, but Acura has chosen to price its TSX sports sedan and wagon lineup a modest $200 higher than last year’s models.
Over the next few years Acura will introducing hybrids, re-introduce a popular model, and kill off another.