The Acura NSX is a sport car that was manufactured and marketed by the Acura part of the Honda Motor Company. The Acura NSX also used the name as Honda NSX in many parts. The Acura NSX was introduced in 1990 and was produced successfully for more than a decade till 2005. The Acura NSX was available in the two door coupe body style. The second generation of the NSX was called the NSX-S and was an exclusively Japanese model. The NSX-S is a vehicle manufactured for use only in the Japanese Domestic market.
The Acura NSX was available in the transversely mounted mid-engine, rear wheel drive layout. The parts of the Acura NSX were assembled at the plant in Takanezawa R&D Plant, Tochigi, Japan (1990–2004) and Suzuka R&D Plant, Suzuka, Japan. The Acura NSX was powered by different engines that include the 2,977 cc (181.7 cu in) C30A V6 270 bhp (201 kW), 210 lb•ft (280 N•m) engine and the 3,179 cc (194.0 cu in) C32B V6 290 bhp (216 kW), 224 lb•ft (304 N•m) engine. The engine was supported by either the four speed automatic or the five and six speed manual transmission.