The purity of the Acura NSX all but guarantees most of them won't have to endure the kind of awful customization that dooms lesser cars. All but. Two words. Two tones. Too many reasons to buy this NSX and convert it back.
This Acura NSX is all alone in the big bad world, left next to some dumpsters to rot. Well, it can't actually rot since it's all aluminum, so like other supercars left to die across the Arabian peninsula, it's decorating yet another forsaken Dubai development.
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.
While not in the same league as Ferrari, Lamborghini or Porsche, Honda's all-aluminum take on the mid-engine sports car has its fans. Now Nice Price or Crack Pipe wants to know if Accord money would put you in an NSX?
Honda's new enthusiasm-free corporate policy killed the new NSX, but it'll still be racing in Japanese SuperGT under the Honda HSV-010 GT name. HSV stands for "Honda Sports Velocity" in Japan and "Hybrids Sans Velocity" in the U.S.
Any cinephile petrolhead worth his salt will tell you underwater motoring requires the possession of a Lotus Esprit. But in the real world? As you see above, and in the epic video below, choose the Acura NSX.
When we drove from Manhattan to Detroit's Woodward Dream Cruise, it got us thinking about the Holy Grail of American road trips: all the way across the country. It has to be done, but behind the wheel of what?
Unnamed sources speaking to 7Tune claim reports of the Acura NSX's death may have been greatly exaggerated. Instead, Honda's actually just changed course, giving it a nice healthy green-washing. Can someone say super all-wheel-drive hybrid NSX?