The interior feature similar elements from the RDX including the steering wheel buttons, shifter controls, and infotainment systems. Overall though, the cabin layout appears much different than its crossover counterpart featuring high-quality materials such as real aluminum, open-pore wood, and full-grain Milano leather. A-Spec and Type S models get unique interior touches including a flat-bottom steering wheel, metal paddle shifters, and unique colors and materials. The Type S specifically features badging on the door sills and steering wheel, and embossing on the headrests.
As with the RDX and the NSX, a large drive mode selector sits prominently on the infotainment stack. The TLX features the typical Comfort, Normal, and Sport modes while a new Individual setting can be triggered using the Acura button on the drive mode dial. Type S models will also feature a Sport+ setting, which incrementally dials up the throttle response, transmission, SH-AWD system, power steering, and adaptive dampers.