We will know all the details after the car’s premiere in California at Monterey Auto Week on 12th August. We do know that production is being capped at 350, with 300 of them, badged as Acura NSX, for the US where the car is assembled. There will be just 50 for the rest of the world.
Unlike its seminal predecessor, which lasted from 1990 to 2004 in some markets, the current version enters its final year after a production run that has lasted only since 2016. In that time 2,500 NSXs have been sold, against 18,000 for the original NSX.
And after all the Type Ss have gone? No more NSX – for now, at least. Yes, a new generation of “New Sports eXperience” from Honda is on its way, though it does promise to be a very different beast and arrive somewhat quicker than the 12-year hiatus of last time.
“We will continue moving forward, actively investigating what the next generation of sportscars should be in an electrified era," promises Jon Ikeda of the Acura brand in the US.