Official release from Acura Media Newsroom:
Rebirth of an Icon: Next Generation Acura NSX Unveiled
Acura takes the wraps off its highly anticipated next-generation NSX supercar, designed to deliver a groundbreaking “New Sports eXperience”
Jan 12, 2015 – DETROIT
Twenty-five years after the debut of the original, paradigm-shifting NSX supercar, Acura revealed the production version of its highly anticipated successor—the next-generation Acura NSX, developed and produced in the U.S.—to the world’s auto media at the 2015 North American International Auto Show today. The production model, in a scintillating NSX Red finish, took the stage with a growl from its twin-turbocharged engine.
The next generation NSX showcases the production styling, design and specifications of Acura’s mid-engine sports hybrid supercar, and Acura announced key details of the all-new vehicle’s design and performance. The company will begin accepting custom orders for the new NSX starting in the summer, with customer deliveries expected later in the year.
Watch the two intros used for the global unveiling of the Next Generation Acura NSX at the 2015 North American International Auto Show. The short clips of Ayrton Senna that were seen at the show for some reason were omitted in this version. The test driver in the second video with the prototype is F1/Indy Car driver Takuma Sato.
In an article featuring NSX exterior designer Michelle Christensen, LA Times has posted an early glimpse of the production NSX. The two carefully composed photos reveal some new exterior features without giving away too much ahead of the official NSX debut tomorrow at the North American International Auto Show.
Read up on Acura’s first female exterior designer Michelle Christensen at latimes.com – For new NSX, Acura’s designing woman.
[Source: LA Times]
AutoGuide.com has some photos of the MUGEN Honda Legend/Acura RLX displayed at the 2015 Tokyo Auto Salon. The car is equipped with a carbon fiber front spoiler, carbon fiber trunk spoiler, and 20-inch wheels designed specifically for the 2015 Legend/RLX.
Visit AutoGuide.com – Mugen Tuned Acura RLX Debuts at Tokyo Auto Salon for the full post.
With the second-generation Acura NSX officially debuting next week, here’s a look back at some of the iterations we’ve seen since the introduction of the first concept in 2012.