The ACURA Supercar is Redesigned With Futuristic Components

 - May 24, 2019
References: acura & engadget
The ACURA supercar was recently redesigned with slight adjustments to its 2017 NSX model and a focus on software and hardware changes. One noteworthy change is the switch to a drive-by-wire steering system which adds tension to the car's controls. ACURA's NSX model is designed to be an accessible supercar. Where most performance vehicles lack durability and everyday use, ACURA wants its NSX model to fill the demand for both. Expanding on the car's accessibility, the NSX is hybrid and features a quiet mode.

The new NSX car has an all-wheel-drive system, is powered by a V-6 engine and features three electric motors. Two of the motors supply power to the front wheels and the other works on the back wheels. The car has 573 horsepower and can bring the car to 60 mph in 2.9 seconds. The revamped ACURA supercar has a $157,500 price point.