New and Used NSX Prices, Acura NSX Model Years and History

Acura NSX Models

2020 Acura NSX trims

2020 NSX

The 2020 Acura NSX is a luxury vehicle sporting impressive horsepower. The hybrid sports coupe pairs a gasoline-powered V6 engine with three, well-crafted electric motors.

2019 Acura NSX trims

2019 NSX

The NSX is a two-door, high-performance sports coupe by Acura.

2018 Acura NSX trims

2018 NSX

The NSX comes with a refreshed design for 2018 and a hybrid engine that delivers ample power.

2017 Acura NSX trims

2017 NSX

Acura’s wildly designed NSX is a speed demon that doesn’t compromise on luxury, agility or performance.

2005 Acura NSX trims

2005 NSX

The 2005 Acura NSX is a two-door sports car with seating for two passengers and is offered in two trims; a 252 hp with an automatic or a 290 hp with a manual transmission.

2004 Acura NSX trims

2004 NSX

A high-performance two-passenger, two-door sports coupe, the 2004 Acura NSX adds keyless entry this year and comes standard with a 290 hp 3.2L V6 paired with a six-speed manual transmission.

2003 Acura NSX trims

2003 NSX

A popular enthusiast sports car, the 2003 Acura NSX sports a 3.0-liter V6 engine that produces 252 hp and 210 lb-ft of torque.

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About NSX

Throughout the existence of the Acura NSX, it has been a supercar that has stood out as a flamboyant exotic vehicle. A highly-distinctive performance addition to the Acura line-up in 1991, the NSX was instantly noted for its speed and technological prowess. The early Acura NSX was noted for extensive aluminum construction for the chassis and body as well as for the introduction of Honda's VTEC (Variable Valve Timing and Lift Electronic Control) engine technology to the United States. Originally a hardtop, the NSX supercar later adopted a targa top removable roof panel in 1995. In 2002, the Acura NSX received another major change with a revision that most notably resulted in the fixed HID headlights. Production of the first generation Acura NSX concluded in 2005 but the appetite for the supercar remained strong enough to encourage a new model for the 2017 model. Powered by a Sport Hybrid Super Handling All-Wheel Drive system permitting a maximum 573 horsepower from twin-turbocharged gasoline engine and two electric motors, the second generation Acura NSX also touts other advanced technologies found in a new supercar era such as a 9-speed dual clutch transmission.