Before now the closest thing that the Middle East had to an Acura were the Honda Integra (up until the late '90s) and the Honda Legend in 2008, both of which were badged as Acuras in the United States.
Now Acura has released its MDX crossover and TLX sedan in Kuwait via Al Mulla Auto Trading dealerships.
Al Futtaim Motors has been considering dealerships in the UAE, but nothing tangible has happened on that front at this point.
Other Acura models, like the RDX, ILX, RLX, and the upcoming NSX are not currently slated for release in the Mid-East though.
This is a big move for Acura as the brand looks to become a more global player in the luxury vehicle game. I am wondering when Acura will try its luck in Dubai, which (as I'm sure you know) has a famous car culture.