Max Landi reviews the all-new 2019 Acura RDX. The Acura RDX is all-new for 2019 with a longer, wider body and longer wheelbase for more space inside. The RDX is now powered by a 2.0L turbocharged 4-cylinder with 272hp and 280lb.-ft. of torque through a 10-speed automatic and then to the super handling all wheel drive or SH-AWD. The rear torque vectoring system is paired with a front brake assist to make the RDX carve through the corners. The all-new 2019 Acura RDX has room for 5-passngers over two rows of seats. the interior is beautifully built with a new 10.2-inch centre screen that is controlled by the new Acura True Touchpad. Every RDX comes with a standard , led headlamps and tail lamps. The top Elite model of the RDX gets adaptive suspension but this is not available on the sportier looking A-Spec model that is equipped with black 20-inch wheels and more aggressive trim.the Acura True Touchpad Interface™, featuring an all‐new Android‐based operating system, a high‐mounted 10.2‐inch HD display and an innovative touchpad with the first‐ever application of absolute positioning in a driving environment. Absolute positioning departs traditional touchpad interfaces, using one‐to‐one mapping to deliver a more intuitive and driver‐oriented user experience. The new True Touchpad Interface™ is standard and all grades of RDX will include Apple CarPlay™ compatibility, plus Wi‐Fi‐enabled over‐the‐air system updates. Android Auto™ compatibility will be introduced later, pending release and certification of touchpad specification by Google.