The Honda NSX (Acura NSX in America or Hong Kong) is a supercar, produced by Honda. It was Honda's supercar, often seen as an alternative to Ferrari's Lamborghinis and Porsches. The first-generation car was produced from 1990 to 2005 and then 10 years later the second generation was produced from 2016 to current.
The First Generation NSX consisted of a manual gearbox, RWD and a 2.9L-3.2L VTEC V6 developed by racing. F1 legend Ayrton Senna played a big part in the design and development of the f, particularly in setting up the car's steering and gearbox, but despite this Honda only sold six European ones in their first year. Despite this, the NSX received universal praise, with many citing as the first usable, everyday supercar, with many changes to the suspension and gearbox being introduced over time.
The Second Generation NSX consisted of a nine-speed automatic flappy paddle gearbox, AWD and a 3.5L Twin-Turbocharged V6 combined with three electric motors. Development took over 10 years for the new NSX, with many concepts being produced until the final model was unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show 2015. Unlike its predecessor, the new NSX, received mixed reviews, with some praising it's hybrid drive and innovative technology, while others claimed, that it was too expensive and too flawed to be as good as the original.