Named Road Track's Performance Car Of The Year, the 2017 NSX a universally acclaimed masterpiece. The Acura NSX features superior handling with direct yaw control and instant acceleration. The 3.5-Liter Hybrid engine was designed for performance with 573 hp. The sound sub-3-second acceleration will take you anywhere you want to go. With a low, wide stance the presence of the new NSX is eye-catching.
Where the body of the NSX focuses on carefully sculpted curves and angles, the interior commemorates minimalist surfaces. The cabin complements the angular form of the NSX body for a human-centric space. The cockpit was precisely masterminded to build a domain that supports a broad range of drivers. The oblong shape of the steering wheel allows additional leg room and a clear view over the top. The forward-shaped bolsters are creamy tailored leather wrapping for the ease of entry and departure. At the seat's center is Alcantara, which affords hold and lessens individual movements. Peak performance can be heard at the volume you want with distinct engine sound modes. Drivers can enjoy quiet mode, sports mode and sport+ track modes in their Acura. The functional qualities in the NSX ensure drivers get everything they need from their vehicle.
Dual-zone automatic climate control comes standard on the base model so drivers can stay at their desired temperature regardless of outside forces. The Acura NSX features an infotainment system with a 7.0-inch touchscreen display, two USB ports, Bluetooth, Siri Eyes Free voice control, CarPlay, and Android Auto. All the features mentioned above come with the base model.
Every edge of the new NSX delivers drivers an exciting visual experience. Aggressive angles and lines stretch across the NSX body for a bold look that evenly blends into Acura's elegant language. The leading end emphasizes a stylish take on Acura's beak-style grille, flanked by large air intakes and glowing LED headlight stylings. Air passing down the rear hatch glass is caught to cool the cooler and engine. At the rear, a diffuser runs with both the spoiler and taillight openings to produce downforce. Every detail is purposeful and sharp on the NSX, with seven front placed heat exchangers, level door handles, and slim flying wing taillights. The aerodynamic profile of the NSX was designed to direct airflow evenly for better performance. While the design pays homage to the previous NSX model, the 2017 Acura NSX'S carved aerodynamic body design is the perfect wave for the future.
Unfortunately there's no crash-dest data available for the new NSX but it does not come without its features. The NSX is designed with a rearview camera and parking sensors as necessities. On the base NSX, drivers will appreciate active cruise control, a manual tilt and telescoping steering column, and stability control.