, 2022-12-08 14:00:00,
The original Acura NSX is one of the most iconic, and beautiful Japanese cars ever made. The first Acura NSX started out as a dream, to be the ultimate expression of the Honda-Acura brand, which was purely about driving performance cars at affordable prices. When the NSX became a reality, it shocked everyone at how good it was. It even showed Ferrari a thing or two about building a proper supercar, leading to a sudden rise in build quality from all the European exotic carmakers. Now, it’s one of those legendary cars that everybody knows about, but nobody has ever driven. It’s like the unicorn of performance cars – extremely rare and mythical.
The new NSX has been around for about six years now, yet it hasn’t won over many fans, especially when compared to its predecessor. This second-generation model was certainly designed to be better than the original – more powerful, faster, lighter, and more reliable than any other supercar on the market. While it might be some of those things, it wasn’t even close to what we were expecting from such an iconic nameplate. Read on to find out how one of the most hyped supercars to come out of Japan missed the mark.
The Second-Generation Acura NSX Faced Strong Competition
The second-generation Acura NSX has proven to be one of the most drivable supercars on earth, but that’s not enough for it to succeed. The Acura NSX isn’t a bad car, it’s just not as good as the competition and doesn’t offer enough…
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