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Acura NSX Production Officially Ends

The final NSX Type-S has rolled off the production line, according to Acura. In Marysville, Ohio, at the Performance Manufacturing Center (PMC), a ceremony marking this historic occasion took place.

The final NSX Type-S is painted Gotham Gray matte and has a numbered plate that reads “350/350.” This specific model not only represents the last NSX Type S to leave the assembly line but also the final second-generation NSX, bringing an end to the hybrid Honda/Acura supercar. It is now time to start waiting for its successor.

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The Acura NSX Type-S was released in 2021 and displayed to the public at Monterey Car Week that year. Only 350 units were made in total. Out of the 350, the US was given permission to keep 300; Japan received 30; and Canada was given permission to keep 15 of the 350.

The NSX Type-S is the most potent hybrid supercar; it generates 600 horsepower (447 kilowatts) and 492 pound-feet (667 Newton-meters) of torque using three upgraded electric motors and a twin-turbo 3.5-liter V6. It has 16 lb-ft more torque and 27 more horsepower than the standard NSX.

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As previously mentioned, the NSX’s production will soon come to an end, and the wait for its replacement will begin. Although there are few other details at this time regarding the model, Acura has reiterated that the next-generation NSX will be an electric supercar. Honda may have hinted at the model, though, when it announced its future plans earlier this year.

As the NSX production phase of the PMC came to an end, it now welcomes the limited-run production of the 2023 Acura TLX Type S PMC Edition. It should be noted that only 100 units of each NSX-derived colour option—Curva Red, 130R White, and Long Beach Blue—will be produced overall for the TLX Type S PMC Edition; reservations for the latter will be accepted beginning December 8, 2022.

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