So far company has not revealed any information on the release date of this car. However, market experts believe that Acura NSX will make its debut in the early 4th quarter of 2016. If you are keen to drive the all-new 2017 Acura NSX, then it might happen that your wait is going to over because very soon the car is going to be launched. Speculations are there that this time, this sports version car will allure all its buyers and will give tough competition to its competitors. The redesigned model of this car was unveiled at Detroit Auto Show in 2005 since then speculations and rumors are there about this car. Then finally at the International Auto Show of 2015, the fresh model of 2017 Acura NSX was launched. Talking about the rumors, designers have somewhere claimed that this time it is going to be much faster, heavier and faster. Whatever may be the changes, the new sports car will have a blast in the auto market.
2017 Acura NSX – Body Design and Features:
- Vast canvas has been placed inside the cabin.
- TFT display installed on the instrument panel.
- Integrated with four different driving modes.
- Double-toned and Luxurious upholstery.
- Upgraded infotainment system.
As expected, this 2017 Acura NSX sports car has bundles of changes in its new model like leather made vast canvas will be used with aluminium finish providing it with a luxurious sports car look. This new car will curb 3,803 pounds of weight. TFT display has been placed on the instrument panel that too comes with two analogue gauges. In this car, there are four different types of driving modes comprising Sports Plus, Sport, Track and Quiet (EV).
Apart from that, 2017 Acura NSX has a flat-bottomed steering wheel, tall centre console, floating centre stack and high door sills. The seats in Honda NSX will be made of leather that will render explicit luxury to its driver and passenger. The instrument cluster has analogue and digital dials and there is a 7.0-inch touch screen for the better infotainment system. The audio system is enabled with eight subwoofers and speakers.
What about the exterior of 2017 Acura NSX?
- Suspension system (front and rear).
- Ventilated steel discs are its brakes.
- Active aerodynamic structures.
- Exhaust system mounted at the centre.
- Light materials used in its construction.
All-new 2017 Acura NSX has front and rear suspension system that are fortified at all the four corners along with magnetic dampers. The wheels are made up of aluminium measuring 19 inches and 20 inches on its rear. The materials that will be used in the construction of this car will be high-quality steel, aluminium, carbon fibre that will reduce the total weight of the car and it will also increase its speed and fuel efficiency.
The wheels are equipped with active aerodynamic features that will help it while cornering at high-speed. The brakes will be ventilated steel discs from Brembo that has six-piston calipers in the front and four-piston calipers in its rear. Apart from that carbon-ceramic discs will also be available in this new model. The 2017 Acura NSX also features an exhaust system which is mounted at the centre.
2017 Acura NSX – Engine Specs, Performance and Fuel Economy:
Changes made in its engine specs are outstanding. All-new 2017 Acura NSX will have V6 3.5 litre turbocharged engine which can produce 573 hp, 6,500 rpm and 460 lb-ft (550 Nm) at 2,000 rpm. The gasoline engine is equipped with a Twin Motor Unit (TMU). The engine has 9-speed dual clutch transmission power that can produce 47 hp and 109 lb-ft of torque. Estimated top speed of this hybrid supercar is 191 mph. However, nothing has been revealed about the fuel economy of this hybrid supercar. Even the sources also don’t have any information regarding the fuel economy.
2017 Acura NSX – Expected date of Release, Price and Competitors:
Expected Price: Ranges from $150,000 to $160,000.
Expected date of release: Early 4th quarter of 2016.
There are numerous competitors in International market for this 2017 Acura NSX, some of them include:
- Audi R8
- Porsche 911 Turbo and Turbo S Coupe
- Nissan GT-R R36 Nismo
- McLaren’s 570S