As the luxury car division of the Japanese automaker Honda, Acura specializes in the development of premium automobiles that share similar dependability ratings and daily drivability as their more budget cousins. While it does have an extensive SUV range, and a slightly less impressive selection of 4-door sedan models, there is only a single Acura sports car. Luckily, it’s a beautiful and highly capable high-performance machine. As one of the fastest cars from Acura, it was engineered to take on the likes of Ferrari and Porsche back in the 1990’s. It was also the first Acura sports car to feature Honda’s VTEC technology and is the world's first all-aluminum production vehicle.
There aren’t many fast cars donning an Acura badge; in fact, there is just the one (barring a racetrack-only GT3 version):
|Acura NSX||600 hp||3.5L Twin-Turbo V6 Hybrid||$169,500|
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The Acura NSX is one of the best sports car in the segment with loads of appeal. Here are some of the key perks of the 2021 Acura NSX sports car, and some of its downsides, too: