Drive Flashback: The 1990 Acura NSX

More than $50,000 for a Japanese sports car? From a country that, a scant quarter-century ago, produced exercises in rolling gingerbread that slogged along with modified forklift engines? And from a company that, until recently, specialized in bread-and-butter sedans and zippy little commuter cars? Well, lo and… » 10/16/14 10:01am 10/16/14 10:01am

25 years later, the NSX still resides in the Temple of Greatness

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. » 5/02/14 10:01pm 5/02/14 10:01pm