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  TOV News > All-New Acura CDX Compact SUV makes global debut at the 14th Beijing International Auto Show > > Re: Rear seats, a different kind of magic?

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TurkMan71
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Rear seats, a different kind of magic? [View News Item]    (Score: 1, Normal) 04-25-2016 22:50
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Anyone want to guess on how these can be configured? There's a center headrest so I'm assuming the armrests can be pushed down or flipped to create a bottom cushion...not sure the original magic seat made the cut though...





Sidenote: I'm digging the little side pod slots to hold cell phones and a pass through on the front for cords...

JeffX
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Re: Rear seats, a different kind of magic? [View News Item]    (Score: 1, Normal) 04-26-2016 00:09
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It looks like that armrest is hinged to flip over to create a seat cushion. But it also looks like it would be pretty long unless it's cantilvered to somehow slot back underneath the seatback.

But has there been a drivetrain announced for this thing yet? I noticed the push button setup for the transmission interface. So far that's only been applied to the v6/9at combos and the Sport Hybrid DCT Acuras.


HondaJet
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Re: Rear seats, a different kind of magic? [View News Item]    (Score: 1, Normal) 04-26-2016 00:17
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Me thinks that if you just push down that armrest, it becomes the middle seat cushion....
Potenza
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Re: Rear seats, a different kind of magic? [View News Item]    (Score: 1, Normal) 04-26-2016 02:58
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JeffX wrote:
But has there been a drivetrain announced for this thing yet? I noticed the push button setup for the transmission interface. So far that's only been applied to the v6/9at combos and the Sport Hybrid DCT Acuras.
Yep, it's in the press release:

"The all-new CDX adopts a 1.5-liter turbo engine and 8DCT which realizes a powerful driving experience."

Mikeydred
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Re: Rear seats, a different kind of magic? [View News Item]    (Score: 1, Normal) 04-26-2016 10:58
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I would definitely say the center arm rest pushes down. That's what the black button is for on the side and there is probably another on the other side, kind of like the headrest on the 4th G TL. Also the bottom plastic piece looks to fit perfectly in the try below. Its kind of like the Volvo XC90 and the center booster option, except this become a arm rest very nifty if you ask me.
JeffX
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Re: Rear seats, a different kind of magic? [View News Item]    (Score: 1, Normal) 04-26-2016 11:44
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Potenza wrote:
JeffX wrote:
But has there been a drivetrain announced for this thing yet? I noticed the push button setup for the transmission interface. So far that's only been applied to the v6/9at combos and the Sport Hybrid DCT Acuras.
Yep, it's in the press release:

"The all-new CDX adopts a 1.5-liter turbo engine and 8DCT which realizes a powerful driving experience."



Haha, hilarious. I guess I was confusing this with the Avancier press release which made no mention of the transmission.


 
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