Acura NSX
Acura NSX
Acura NSX

2021 Acura NSX

Pros: High-tech powertrain provides dazzling performance; futuristic looks; excellent forward visibility

Cons: High prices; minuscule cargo room; high-tech personality might not be a sensually exciting as other high-dollar exotics

CG Says: The 2021 Acura NSX adds Long Beach Blue to its list of optional colors, but is otherwise unchanged. The second-generation Acura NSX was introduced for 2017. The first generation of Acura’s “Ferrari fighter” was sold from 1991 to 2005. Both the original and current NSX are two-seat exotic sports cars with a mid-mounted V6 engine. But the current one is something different: an all-wheel-drive hybrid with a twin-turbo 3.5-liter V6 and three electric motors. One motor is integrated with a 9-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission, joining the gas engine in powering the rear wheels, while the other two motors drive the front wheels. The combined output of all motors is 573 horsepower. The base price is $159,495 (including destination charge), but Acura offers a long list of personalization options that can drive the price past $190,000. The original NSX was an exotic that was refined, reliable and boasted surprisingly hospitable ergonomics for a car of its type. The current model follows the same formula, with the added bonus of respectable fuel economy from its hybrid drivetrain.

The Facts
Class Premium Sporty/Performance Car
Body Style(s) 2-door coupe
Passenger Count 2
Drive Wheels all-wheel drive
Manufacturer Acura
Nation of Manufacture USA
Base Prices Base: $159,495

Base Engine
turbocharged 3.5-liter V6/electric
Std. Transmission
9-speed automatic
Avail. Transmission
EPA City Range (mpg)
EPA Hwy Range (mpg)

Acura NSX
2021 Acura NSX
NHTSA Ratings
Overall - NA

(5 is the highest rating)

Front Crash - NA
Side Crash - NA
Rollover - NA

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