The all-new second-generation Acura NSX is now officially rolling off the production line at Acura's new Performance Manufacturing Center (PMC) in Marysville, Ohio. The first customer, Rick Hendrick, earned the right to custom order the first production NSX with a winning bid of $1.2 million at the Barrett-Jackson auction in January.
The 2017 Acura NSX is almost here, now that Acura has announced the start of customer orders and the availability of its online configurator. Pricing for the 2017 NSX starts at $157,800 after you add in the $1,800 destination fee.
The first production version of the all-new 2017 Acura NSX has sold for a whopping $1.2 million Barrett-Jackson. The 2017 NSX now holds the title as the highest-selling designated vehicle identification number (VIN) 001 vehicle ever at the auction. All proceeds from the auction will go to the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation and Camp Southern Ground.
This year Acura is going to run a 30-second commercial that will feature the 2017 NSX.
With a starting price set at $157,800 including the destination fees, the all-new NSX is definitely not cheap.
It's been 25 years since Acura introduced the original NSX and now Acura is finally getting ready to release an all-new NSX for 2017. Acura unveiled the new NSX earlier this year in Detroit, but at the time Acura did not release the specs for the hybrid supercar.
When Acura unveiled the new NSX earlier this year, Acura said that it was expected to go on sale by the end of the year. Now it's being reported that production has been delayed until next spring, which means the new NSX will arrive as a 2017 model.
There are several reports that Honda is working on another sports car for its lineup, following the introduction of the new NSX. Dubbed as a "baby NSX," the new sports car will be based on the same platform as the NSX, but will have a less powerful powertrain and will get a Honda badge.
Acura has announced that the 2016 Acura NSX will be the official pace car of the 93rd Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb on June 28.
We're still patiently awaiting the arrival of the 2016 Acura NSX, but some of the NSX's engineers recently shared some of the technical details about the NSX at the SAE Detroit Section dinner, held in conjunction with the SAE 2015 World Congress and Exhibition.
Acura revealed the 550-hp 2016 Acura NSX this week at the Detroit Auto Show, but there are already reports that a more powerful NSX Type-R is in the cards.
It's been a very long three years since Acura unveiled the NSX concept and now Acura has unveiled the new NSX in production form. Luckily most of the design details from the original concept have translated into the production 2016 NSX.
To get the world ready for the debut of the 2016 NSX, Acura has released a few teaser photos and a 30-second teaser video that gives an early glimpse of the production car and the sound of its three-motor, twin-turbocharged Sport Hybrid powertrain.
We're still about a year away until the Acura NSX returns, but we've recently learned some details about Acura's performance targets for the new NSX.
While we still have to wait until 2015 to get behind the wheel of the next Acura NSX, Acura has announced that the Acura NSX concept is featured in Gran Turismo 6.
Acura is reportedly working on a new convertible version of its upcoming NSX supercar.
Honda still hasn't released pricing details, but Honda development chief Ted Klaus recently told Autocar that the NSX will be priced around the same as the Porsche 911.
Honda has unveiled the NSX Concept-GT, which will enter into the GT500 class of the Super GT Series Round 5 at Suzuka Circuit this weekend.
Honda has announced that a prototype of the new NSX will take to the racetrack just prior to the Honda Indy 200 IndyCar Series race at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington, Ohio.
Honda has already received so much interest for the new NSX, that it has already starting taking orders for the supercar in the UK.
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