2017 Acura NSX Review
The Acura NSX is known around the world as a trendy supercar that offers power and elegance. The model has been revamped for 2017, featuring a hybrid powertrain. Let’s go over the new model and see what it has to offer drivers.
One look at the exterior of the 2017 Acura NSX and you can tell that it has been designed to look like a supercar. There’s no argument there. The styling is edgy, and the overall dimensions are low. The vehicle has many bulges and vents that make for an appealing exterior that’s perfect for sports car lovers.
This vehicle stands at a length of 176-inches, and 76.3-inches in width, with a height of 47.8-inches. The air intakes feature the company’s trademark jewel-eye headlamps. The numerous vents provide the required cooling for this awesome vehicle. A sharply angled vented hood is also featured in the design.
While the 2017 Acura NSX’s interior is beautiful to look at, the cabin space might leave a lot of drivers desiring more. As with most other supercars, getting in and out of the vehicle might be a challenge due to its low seating height. However, the seat’s position is optimal once you get behind the steering wheel. The vehicle features 42.8-inches of legroom and 38.3-inches of headroom.
While the bright red leather seats have added a youthful look to the interior, it might not sit well with drivers possessing a mature taste. There’s also a digital gauge cluster that offers information such as speed, temperature, engine rpm, and more.Utilizing the cup holders might reduce legroom for some passengers. The trunk is present behind the engine which, along with being small, isn’t ideal for storing products that are vulnerable to heat.
The 2017 Acura NSX features include 19-inch aluminum wheels and a tilting-and-telescoping steering column. It als0 has LED interior ambient lighting. Furthermore, a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment with nav, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto is also present. The vehicle also has a Power driver’s seat, Power front-passenger seat, as well as heated front seats. Other optional features include carbon-ceramic brakes, and leather-and-faux-suede-lined seats (providing better lumbar support, and two-position memory for the driver). Real-Time traffic detection, real-time weather, and better navigation are also part of optional features. There are also optional Pirelli P Zero Trofeo R tires for drivers desiring better handling.
Specifics / Performance
|BASE PRICE||$156,940 MSRP|
|ENGINE||Twin-Turbo 3.5L V-6|
|TOP SPEED||191 mph|
|TRANSMISSION||9-speed dual-clutch automatic|
|DISPLACEMENT||213 cu in, 3493 cc|
|0-60 MPH||3.1 sec|
|ON SALE IN U.S.||Q1 2017 (est.)|