Acura is looking to bolster its crossover lineup in the near future, teasing a new concept model ahead of its world premiere at the Auto Shanghai show in China on April 20th.

The design sketch carries over style cues from the new MDX and RDX crossovers and points towards the possible addition of a third crossover for the Acura brand. While Honda’s luxury division currently does offer three utility vehicles, the low-selling ZDX is being axed this year.

In a short release, Acura announced nothing other than that the teaser is of a “global concept model.”

With Honda’s recent decision to develop a Fit-based crossover for the US, this new concept could preview a model to slot in below the RDX in the brand’s lineup, creating a competitor to cars like the BMW X1 and Audi Q3.
Meh. I'm not a fan of the X1 or Q3 type glorified station wagons but I guess some people are.