Possible non polished wood trim would have been better.
LOL same here.I've never heard someone complain their wood was too shiny LOL
this kind of wood trim wouldn't be bad. maybe a little bit more gloss over. not too shiny.i dont mind porous wood trim but its very easy to get it wrong
Well, here's something I remember that might help put it in perspective.LOL same here.
This is a first.
Most luxury car owners I know hate dulled out wood trim, most that own old luxury cars have this issue.
Sounds just about right.Well, here's something I remember that might help put it in perspective.
I wish I could remember the guy's name, but he was the guy in charge in North America for the overall 4G TL project.
When he was talking about the 4G TL interior as he was driving around with a reporter, he explained that everything in the TL interior was either "real" or recycled material, all of which was designed to reduce the endemic release of toxic fumes into the car's interior.
It's been openly discussed for the past decade the evil of the gasses released by plastics into our living environment.
I sort of bought into the idea based on what Acura was saying about it in 2009.
Now.... Admitting that the RLX interior is very high quality and compares in every way to the interiors of vehicles that cost tens of thousands of dollars more than the RLX, I have to say that I have noticed that they're not talking about this any longer.
And where in the 4G TL I noticed all leather and metal in virtually the same relative place, with the RLX I see a transition from soft plastic, to leather, to fake wood, to hard plastic.
Just sort of seems that they lost the Way Ahead, or changed their minds about it.
Still love the car. We're just talking.