Acura launched as a brand from Honda in 1986 offering its own premium models. It offers a range of passenger cars from compact to full-size sedans and SUVs.
Hear that? That's the engine screaming to 9,000 rpm.
Spoiler alert: It only costs $100 when adding the optional packages.
More than just a one-off show car, the Type S concept will heavily influence the design direction of Acura's entire portfolio.
Look for the Type S Concept to heavily inspire the design of the next-generation Acura TLX.
Debuting at Monterey Car Week, the new color pays homage to the spa yellow paint offered on the 1997 to 2003 NSX.
Indy Yellow Pearl is meant to mimic the Spa Yellow paint of the 1997-2003 NSX.
The 2019 NSX hasn't seen a radical visual refresh, yet with a few subtle tweaks it's starting to look a lot more comfortable in its own skin.
By subtly reworking the suspension, steering and software, Acura has taken this hybrid super sports car to the next level.