Acura’s Pinnacle Automotive Experience
If you ask any car enthusiast his or her thoughts on the Acura NSX, this is the answer you will get 9 times out of 10. The first-gen NSX was Acura’s first stab at an experimental track car to beat out all the stops with durability, reliability and cost. The NSX was designed by a team led by Honda Chief Designer Masahito Nakano, and Executive Chief Engineer Shigeru Uehara. Respected Japanese Formula One driver Satoru Nakajima, was involved with Honda in the NSX’s early on-track development at the Suzuka race circuit, where he performed many endurance distance tasks related to chassis tuning.
The Car to Win the Hearts of Many
Beginning in 1995, the NSX-T with a removable targa top in black color was introduced in Japan as a special order option and in North America in March 1995. The targa models, manufactured for the rest of the NSX’s production run through 2005, sacrificed weight and some of the original coupe’s chassis rigidity in return for an open cockpit driving experience. Manual transmission cars like this one received an improved Torque Reactive limited-slip differential – when combined with a new Throttle-By-Wire system, increased corner exit speeds by 10%. Other innovations beginning in 1995 included a new and lighter exhaust system and muffler configuration for greater efficiency.
The Best to Ever Do It
Rob’s Acura NSX-T speaks for itself. A piece of automotive history preserved by someone with an exceptionally keen eye for detail to keep the car as pristine as possible. The NA1 Acura NSX is as beautiful stock as it is with the tasteful OEM+ mods from Rob. It’s one of those cars where anyone, no matter the age, will come to appreciate. Aged like a fine wine, this car has a special place in any car enthusiasts hearts and continues to make its mark on history.