2017 Acura NSX Review

The 2017 Acura NSX is the long-awaited for second-generation NSX and it surely does not disappoint. The NSX features a robust, fast-looking, 500-hp, twin-turbo, 3.5 L V6 with a kicker: each set of wheels feature electric motors that compliment motor, bringing the total HP to 573! In addition, the beast of a car delivers 476 lb-ft of torque, which takes the first-generation NSX to the cleaners. To harness this powerful engine is a 9-speed, dual-clutch transmission that is meaty enough to handle all that juice.

The 2017 Acura NSX is redesigned to provide a stunning look that give homage to the first-generation NSX. To sum it up: it is a 90’s sports car on steroids and all of the latest technology. It features a host of amenities to include a variable ratio electrically-assisted steering, active suspension dampening, and torque vectoring. The sports car of all sports cars, the 2017 NSX has to be seen to be believed.

The NSX has four different driving modes to choose from on your commute. These include Quiet, Sport, Sport-plus, and Track. There is a regenerative braking system is meant to keep the hybrid batteries charged. The interior is well-equipped but not overly so, keeping it all business. Acura packed the inside with airbags all around and has received a 5-star safety rating for its efforts. The 2017 Acura NSX will rock your socks off visually and behind the wheel. There is no doubt that Acura hit one out of the ball park with this one.

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Emily Daniel
Emily Daniel experienced childhood in a games auto arranged family. She has composed for an assortment of auto magazines and sites, Green Auto Shop boss among them. Emily has chipped away at prominent driving recreations as a substance master, notwithstanding working for aviation organizations and programming monsters. She right now lives in a protected, undisclosed area in the American southwestern leave.