The Acura NSX Will Forever be Brilliant

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It may just be the greatest car to have ever come out of Japan.

It’s not often that a high-performance car comes around that forces Ferrari and Lamborghini to actually care about build quality as well as performance. But that’s exactly what the Acura NSX did back in 1990 when it debuted. With chassis tuning input from Ayrton Senna, the mid-engined NSX was powered by an all-aluminum V6 that produced 270 horsepower, later 290. It was also very advanced thanks to an all-aluminum monocoque body, anti-lock braking system and electric power steering. It remained on the market until 2004.

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