Honda NSX Pricing and Specs
Honda’s super-technical NSX supercar was a long time coming. The spiritual successor to the brand’s legendary early-'90s world beater was rumoured, whispered and teased at motor shows across the planet for years before finally hitting Australian roads in early 2017.But it was worth the wait.
Powered by a 3.5-litre twin-turbo engine which, combined with an electric motor, generates 427kW/646Nm, the NSX Premium (hybrid) will scream from 0-100km/h in a lightning-quick 2.9 seconds. Is it as emotionally gratifying, as soulful, as a roaring Italian supercar? Probably not. But after years of snooze-worthy cars, it certainly put Honda back on the map. The only problem? The two-door, two-seat monster arrived in Australia wearing a $420,000 price tag, which is probably responsible for its glacially slow sales in this country.
This vehicle is also known as Acura NSX (America).
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