|Honda’s New Sportscar eXperimental (NSX) took the world by storm when it was introduced in 1990. The supercar represented the manufacturer's only mid-engine vehicle. The NSX used a naturally-aspirated V6 engine capable of producing 270 hp and a top speed of 168 mph.|
NSX became the world's first mass-produced car to feature an all-aluminium body.
| It underwent a performance upgrade in 1997, which saw the arrival of a larger 3.2 L V6 engine, and a facelift in 2002 before being discontinued in 2005. North American models were sold as the Acura NSX. Honda intended its sports car to meet or exceed the performance of the Ferrari, while offering superior reliability and a lower price.|
|Production of the second generation of the NSX commenced in 2015.|