Acura introduced the world to its first-generation NSX supercar in 1990. The aluminum-bodied coupe was engineered on a Cray supercomputer and styled after an F-16 fighter jet. Its performance — a 0-60 sprint in about 5.7 seconds and a top speed of 168 mph — was among the best in the world, especially for a $60,600 exotic.
A little more than 25 years later, Acura has introduced an all-new successor that is more capable and powerful than its predecessor — consider its estimated 0-60 time of less than three seconds and a top speed of 191 mph.
Its most eye-opening detail, however, is found with its innovative powertrain. Unlike the first-generation model, which relied on a single combustion engine, the all-new NSX is built around a sophisticated gasoline-electric hybrid powertrain that delivers both high levels of power and impressive fuel efficiency.
What other details make the 2017 Acura NSX a supercar? Read our top-10 list to find out.