2017 Acura NSX

The Car That Never Belies

For all those supercar enthusiasts who are waiting for the next generation NSX, it is time to wake up. The all new 2017 Acura NSX is ready to hit the roads come this 2017.

This beauty is engineered to excel with a spell binding design and high quality technical specs that are bound to blow every car enthusiast’s mind. It has a low weight construction coupled with a hybrid powertrain equipped with three electric motors.

The all new NSX comes with a mid-mounted 3.5 liter twin-turbo V-6 engine which has an astounding capacity of generating 573 hp at full throttle, and is capable of racing at pulse pounding speeds on any given track and can also serve equally well for daily usage. It has a nine speed auto shift coupled with a dual clutch system and comes in a standard four wheel drive.

NSX can propel to a speed of 20 mph in 2.9 seconds and has a top speed of 191 mph. It has a center mounted integrated system supported by shift-control mechanism. If this 3868 pound beauty strikes you as a surprise compared to its predecessor, ‘original bantamweight NSX,’ then don’t be embarrassed, you are not alone!

NSX’s hybrid-electric system supports the car to move faster as well as smoother, as if it were in a quiet mode. However, according to your taste you can use this beauty in all the four modes, Quiet, Sport, Sport-Plus as well as Track.

Electrical Assisted Steering

The car comes with an electrically assisted steering control, adaptive dampers and of course a rock-solid stability-control system to ensure a safe drive. Depending on the mode you want to drive, NSX blends its internal combustion and electric thrust accordingly, and that means the new Acura NSX can also be fuel efficient if you are driving it at a normal speed.

The car is fitted with Pirelli P Zero Trofeo R tires that remain glued to the track irrespective of the mode you are driving in. The most important facet of this car is, in spite of its light weight the car never belies no matter how sharp the corner is or how fast are you driving. As long as the pavement is smooth the body of the car remains to be flat.