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1995 Acura CL-X

Designed by HRA (Honda R&D Americas, Inc.), the 1995 Acura CL-X debuted at Detroit Show in 1995. Medieval suits of armor were the creation of highly gifted craftsmen. With this in mind, the engineer and designer teams in charge of the CL-X set a styling theme of simultaneous realization of functionality and aesthetic decor. The study model suggested a future design direction for the North American Acura brand.

Looking at the inside of the vehicle, one can easily sense the quality of materials from days gone by, which were carefully carried over with various advanced technologies. This unique mixture allowed the creation of this "Neo-Classical" beauty, which was redesigned for mass production as the Acura CL.

Source: Images: Acura Division of American Honda Motor Co.