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Acura NSX Type S (Mk II) specs

Price in US $171,495 - $185,995
Car type Coupe
Curb weight 1705-1770 kg (3759-3902 lbs)
Dimensions 4.47 m (176 in) long, 1.94 m (76 in) wide, 1.22 m (48 in) high
Wheelbase 2.63 m (104 in)
Years built 2022 - 2022
Origin country Japan
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Lap times

Acceleration

0 - 30 mph1.3 s
0 - 40 mph1.8 s
0 - 50 mph2.4 s
0 - 60 mph2.9 s
0 - 70 mph3.9 s
0 - 80 mph4.8 s
0 - 90 mph5.9 s
0 - 100 mph6.7 s
0 - 130 mph11.8 s
0 - 150 mph17.3 s
1/4 mile11.0 s @ 126.0 mph

General performance

Top speed307 kph (191 mph)
0 - 100 mph - 011.3 s
Lateral acceleration1.03 g (10 m/s²)
60 mph - 031 m (103 ft)
70 mph - 047 m (155 ft)
100 mph - 093 m (304 ft)

Powertrain specs

Engine type Twin-Turbo 75-Degree V6 Hybrid
Displacement 3.5 l (213 ci / 3492 cc)
Power 608 ps (600 bhp / 447 kw)
Torque 667 Nm (492 lb-ft)
Power / liter 174 ps (172 hp)
Power / weight 350 ps (345 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 384 Nm (283 lb-ft) / t
Transmission 9-speed DCT
Layout middle engine, all wheel drive
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altimgamr  1m ago

I lost my respect for honda ever since they promoted a wannabe-rapper for their SH*T-tegra and a sleepin around youtube/instagram model for their POS ev "zdx"... both are around my age and get PAID to promote their garbage cars... home come I don't get promoted by them to recycle some old ideas from other manufacturers Honda could compete by using that are ACTUALLY useful ... Honda hasn't been very social and competitive with other brands... they NEVER had a super sedan, OR a super SUV, OR a full-size sedan or truck

ALL the American brands and ALL other major Japanese brands (not counting minor ones like Subaru) are FAR ahead


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RDR  5m ago

I think car can do better than 2.9 and 11 flat. These are the numbers that standard NSX did. My guess for the Type S is 2.7 and 10.8 sec.


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Bugatti4Life  5m ago

How's my vision of the NSX Fastestlaps?


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Wiped  5m ago

Why the weight is wrong? It's 1770 kg (with lightweight package and 1796 kg w/o). Hope someone would change it.


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Bugatti4Life  5m ago

Fastestlaps what would you change about the NSX and why?


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Bugatti4Life  5m ago

Then the highest trim would be the Type R. With recalibration on every part of the car for better handling. And it would need to weigh under 3,200 pounds and make 690 horsepower and 600+ pound feet of torque. Then the aero which is adjustable and cane make from 450 to 800 pounds of downforce.


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Bugatti4Life  5m ago

The Type S variant would be lighter and more powerful as well as tighter and more nimble. The power output would need to be 618 to 640 horsepower and 578 torques. The weight would go down as well with a goal weight of 3,270 pounds. The suspension would be roughly 18% stiffer and more aero with roughly 600 pounds of combined downforce.


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Bugatti4Life  5m ago

Also it would look more like the NSX instead of this so I'd have it take inspiration from the original. And just for people who love driving I'd put in a 6 speed manual option and make the 9 speed a 7 or 8 speed.


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Bugatti4Life  5m ago

If I was in charge of what they did with the NSX I would have them do a high revving twin turbo V8. Which would need to sound naturally aspirated and rev to 8500 rpm. The power requirement would be 590 horsepower and 532 pound feet of torque. And I'd also make it keep its heritage by making it simple yet live able and key word which is lightness. Goal weigh would be 3,340 pounds and it would be rear wheel drive.


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Bugatti4Life  5m ago

I wish they also did a Type R version because I really wanted to see what a 650 horsepower 500+ torque track focused NSX could do. Honda-NSX-Type-R-main.jpg


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benedekpuskas  5m ago

GT-R is still among the best launching ICE cars

 


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Simbaa  5m ago

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hostboy  5m ago

Seeing that the NSX Type S is a supercar built in Ohio, it's a beautiful Japanese-American supercar. But it's made in a non-union plant, which is why the NSX is so expensive, yet slower than a Corvette Z06, and it's surprisingly slower than the 911 GT3 as well only because Porsche underestimates power ratings in each segment for marketing and emission reasons.

Dividing by 1.5 and 2.0 gives UAW-equivalent MSRPs of $113,000 and $84,750. It's a special edition, so I am believing the former would apply if it was made in a union plant. The Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing isn't even a supercar and it's faster AND equipped with more luxurious features than the Acura NSX Type S (at least past 60 mph), not to mention better on the track, too!

NSX Type S can't rival GT-R Track Edition, let alone NISMO

...And as far as price goes, both the Corvette Stingray 3LZ and the Corvette Z06 are in the same ballpark as the CT5-V Blackwing...


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Jesskoen  5m ago

they could have at least for the last model made a true NSX, RWD and NOT HYBRID!!!


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dr. cosimo  5m ago

some numbers to add for the biggest flop in automotive history right after the lexsux lfailed :)

same car tesded below also reviewd by dougie

 

note to hostboy: this car will get you no sex after you spend over 200k with options to pick up high school girls at burger king.

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0-60: 2,9
0-100: 6,7
0-130: 11,8
0-150: 17,3

1/4 mile: 11,0 @ 126 mph

Weight: 3,898 lbs

Price: $192,495


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TypeF173  5m ago

 


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Shwingbob  7m ago

why is origin Japan, isnt acura a US founded company to where most acuras are sold?


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Casual Car Guy  7m ago

Type S is 11 kg heavier than the base NSX. Weighing at 1,770 kg with lightweight package equipped and 1,796 kg with standard equipment. What happened to Honda? This isn't what they did to the MK1.


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hostboy  8m ago

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TypeF173  8m ago

 


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Wiped  8m ago

Why you guys didn't add the Long Beach lap time? Why this page named Acura NSX Type S instead of Honda NSX Type S?


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FastestLaps  8m ago

Really interested to see how this compares to the lackluster base model. Remember, it was the Type-R that really made the Mk I legacy. Although, I have to admit, the base Mk I car, save for some quirks like overly long gearing etc, was already special.


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TypeF173  8m ago

Honda NSX Type S is IN production. First reviews are up! Are you ready European mid engined cars? Japanese power is coming!

*American power is coming! LOL!


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TypeF173  11m ago

 


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Casual Car Guy  1y ago

Add the Long Beach Circuit lap time -https://youtu.be/5ptVq3pbxoE


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redbadge  1y ago

Hopefully this model will finally have decent cornering abilities.


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Cocobe  1y ago

only that little hp more? Honda is raising their hp as if their engines were N/A engines and having trouble pumping any more power. meanwhile, a BMW M3 3.0 engine is pumping as much hp as this 3.5L V6...


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Corvolet3  1y ago

This one better be good.


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