The past few years have been an interesting time for Japanese automotive manufacturers. Nissan released their coveted skyline in the USA, as the GT-R, Infiniti claims the F1 Championship in 2011 with Sebastian Vettel and Toyota holds world production volumes neck and neck with GM at 8.5 million vehicles. So what about Acura? Back in the 90s or early 2000, Acura could easily lean back on their affordable supercar: the Acura NSX, but they discounted production in 2005. Well as of this year's North American International Auto Show, that will change.
For one and a half decades the original Acura NSX has been regarded as one of the most efficient, reliable and affordable supercar ever. Built under Honda's subsidiary, Acura, the car was created in collaboration with Pininfarina, Formula 1 drivers and ground-breaking technologies.