That was my point. Manufacturers rate engines at the crank and not at the wheels. But recent 'performance' Hondas have been making close or more than the rated numbers at the wheels - so accounting for driveline losses they are underrated. See this test of an Accord 2.0T manual This is definitive proof that Honda underrated the new Accord 2.0T from the factory . A 1.5T Accord within a few of its rated hpNone of the advertised HP/TQ numbers are at the wheels. This goes to automakers across the board.
There are many youtube videos of civics and Accords on the dyno doing baseline stock dyno numbers. The HP numbers are the wheels are around the traditional drive line loss percentage.
So, if this follows to the new TLX, given typical driveline losses of 10-15%, it is likely that the 355hp may be closer to 380-400hp.