Why In The World Would Acura Show Off The NSX Like This?

Supercar

It makes zero sense.

The new Acura NSX is a major disappoint. The automaker was supposed to create a hybrid supercar that could take on Ferrari, Lamborghini, McLaren and other high-powered, expensive supercars at a fraction of the price. What the automaker ended up making is an extremely expensive, heavy and odd-looking vehicle that’s missing something. This six-minute clip of the NSX driving around sums up how we feel about the supercar. Acura decided to film the car driving around without any sound. There’s no freaking sound for six whole minutes!

Why would Acura think that it’s a good idea to have a video of a supercar without any sound? We don’t know, but at it least the NSX isn’t an eyesore.

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