By February 12, 2015

Next generation of the Acura NSX


Twenty-five years after the debut of the original NSX, Acura unveiled its successor: the next generation of the Acura NSX, developed and produced in the United States, the production styling, design and specifications of Acura’s mid-engine sports hybrid supercar has is stunning.

It will offer a wide scope of individual options and equipment packages. More specifically, Acura says the NSX will be the most customizable model it has ever made.

“The car will offer more factory-installed options than any other vehicle that we have ever had. Today the supercar customer wants to personalize it, wants to make it ‘mine,'” Mike Accavitti, senior vice-president and general manager of Acura.

Also, the buyers will get a clear idea of the ways to customize the NSX when Acura launches the online configurations for the car this summer. The website will also allow customers that have configured an NSX to place an order at a dealership.

The body of the NSX has low classic proportions and wide with modern and attractive coating, an aggressive front design, and taillights that pay homage to the originals of this model.

The interior of the NSX has an exceptional and simple visibility, intuitive controls. In the field of ergonomics, the seat has a retention system for high performance in easy entry and exit. The instrument panel of the NSX includes a dynamic TFT screen that responds to changes in the Integrated Dynamics System, the driver can select the graphics and relevant information. The center console has a power button to prepare the hybrid part of the car. An ultra slim design of the pillar A and a mounted instrument panel is down to minimize the obstacles in the view of the road.

“The new NSX is a product of what we term ‘Interwoven Dynamic’ design,” said Michelle Christensen, NSX exterior design project leader. “It represents the ideal blending of exotic sports car form and supercar function.” Every element of the exterior body design has been carefully fashioned for total airflow management for both stability-enhancing downforce and vehicle systems cooling


Length: 176 inches (4470 mm)

Width: 76.4 inches (1940 mm)

Height: 47.8 inches (1215 mm)

Wheelbase: 103.5 inches (2630 mm)

Front track: 65.2 inches (1655 mm)

Rear track: 63.6 inches (1615 mm)

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