It’s time to say goodbye to a legend… again.
Few supercars, let alone cars in general, can match the splendor of the Acura NSX. For decades, the name was synonymous with an engineering marvel and a masterclass in automotive performance, which is what made the beloved car so hard to let go of nearly 20 years ago. When it came back, ti came back even better, with hybrid power, all-wheel drive, and daringly modern looks. However, it’s, unfortunately, time to wave the Acura NSX goodbye yet again, as Acura’s Performance Manufacturing Center has seen the very last example of the car come off the assembly line.
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The final car is an Acura NSX Type S, meant to be the final version of the car, finished in Gotham Gray matte paint and serialized number 350 out of the 350 examples of the NSX Type S to be made. However, not all is lost, because Acura’s TLX sports sedan will carry the NSX’s torch, as the Marysville, Ohio PMC facility has begun work on the limited run of the 2023 Acura TLX Type S PMC Edition. The sedan will be brought out in NSX colors like Curva Red, 130R White, and Long Beach Blue. The first two colors have already been fully reserved, while reservations for Long Beach Blue come available starting December 8. Only 100 examples will be made in each color, for a total of 300 cars. With the bittersweet farewell to Acura’s legendary pinnacle of performance, it’s time to look forward to seeing what the performance luxury brand will bring out next.