Launched with much fanfare in 1990, the Acura NSX was the first time a Japanese car maker seriously took on supercars from Europe. Constructed out of aluminium, featuring a free-revving V6, and almost as practical and reliable as a Civic, it won fans in the press and amongst the public.
This love, though, never fully translated into sales, and the car soldiered on for 15 years with only a few changes.
From 2015, Acura/Honda will produce a second generation NSX. This time built and engineered in the US, the new NSX will feature AWD and a hybrid drivetrain with a turbocharged 3.5-litre V6.
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- 2017 Acura NSX finally rolls down production line in Ohio
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