Regular Car Reviews believes buying a stock NSX today is a better investment than betting on the stock market, and the world “timeless” starts with the letters N, S, and X.
The 2016 Acura NSX is nearly ready to hit the roads, and the fact that it’s the most exciting car from Honda in a very long time has us all sorts of giddy. Now they’ve released all the technical details of their upcoming supercar. Will it be any good?
[NSX-R no. NSX-R. Please. I have a family. Photo Credit: Honda]
You. Hey, you. I'm going to skip over that angry sad sack over there mumbling about being forever alone, but you, there, person who accidentally slept through the only open track time all weekend (oops). Yes, you! Watch this NSX race car get flogged around at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Isn't that...better?
The Detroit Auto Show could really be summed up just by repeating Ford GT Ford GT and Ford GT until you run out of breath, but I still think the 2016 Acura NSX is a stunning supercar we should take a good look at now. Can it possibly be as great as the first one?
On Feb. 10, 1989, executives from Honda and a newly founded division known as Acura piled into a conference room in Chicago's historic Drake Hotel to rehearse the unveiling of an unbelievable new car—a Technicolor vision for the future, something never before built by Honda or any Japanese automaker.
The Honda NSX was a classic the day it was born. With its perfect proportions and those sleek lines, it is the archetype for the mid-engined sportscar.
The NSX may be older than the Czech Republic and have
a fraction of the horsepower of a whopping 945 hp compared to the Ring’s latest darling, the 1,200-horsepower Koenigsegg Agera R, but here’s what it can do in capable hands and under capable feet: a 7:56 lap.
Russian dict-, excuse me, President-elect Vladimir Putin is well-known for striking an incredible array of James Bond poses for the camera, including but not limited to driving a Formula One car and riding a trike with a gang of bikers.
When Ferrari introduced the 599 GTB at the 2006 Geneva Motor Show, they introduced with it a graceful and elegant piece of aerodynamics: Gothic flying buttresses for C-pillars. They are gone on the F12 Berlinetta, the 599’s just-unveiled successor, but Honda is here to pick up the slack with the NSX.
That blue tarp in the shape of a supercar reflected in the glare of Honda’s teleprompter is the car we’ve been waiting about a hundred years for. It’s the new NSX moments before its reveal! We’re very pleased to be here with it too.
There are 22-year-old cars and then there is Honda’s ethereal NSX, still as mellow and brutal, as sleek and industrial as back in the day when Ayrton Senna was still around to contribute his magic to its chassis.
Specifically, a yellow Acura NSX equipped with a snorkel, a diffuser, and a track pass. You figure it out. Just please don’t leave it by a dumpster.
Old surgeons don’t necessarily lead a life of brown Buicks. This is Sid Watkins, Formula One's first race doctor, and his official red NSX.
According to Motor Trend, the Honda NSX lives. Even though the V10-powered post-NSX concept came along during the Carpocalypse and had to be killed, Honda engineers didn't completely shelve the project. They just built it on an Accord. Wait, what?
Epson employees took advantage of their papercraft skills and giant printers to build an impressively detailed 1:1 cardboard replica of an Acura/Honda NSX Super GT race car. Build photos of what we consider the sexiest recycling project ever below.