Acura shattered enthusiasts’ perceptions of how high-performance a hybrid could be when the new-generation NSX was introduced in 2016. Combining their VTEC twin-cam 3.5 liter twin-turbo gas engine with three electric motors and a 9-speed DCT paddle-shift transmission and AWD, the car was a technological landmark. The design and engineering were so perfected that Acura has made only minor changes five years later in the current production model.
This car was bought new by the Lingenfelter organization to study the drivetrain and benchmark proposed work on the upcoming C8 Corvette. It was kept in Ken Lingenfelter’s personal collection and sold early this year with only 365 research miles on it. The second owner bought the car simply as a toe-in-the-water before buying an SF90 Ferrari that mimics essentially the same technology (for three times the price). He’s made his comparison and now less than 100 miles later and satisfied, is selling the NSX with 432 total miles.
Finished in desirable Curva Red and equipped with all the factory exterior & interior carbon fiber options including the roof, plus the $10,000 carbon-ceramic brakes, the car is fully documented with dealer delivery papers, original window sticker, clean CarFax, both keys and all the owner’s books, battery charger and car cover. The nose, bumper & mirrors were protected with chip guard when new and the car is virtually unmarked. There are very few red ones and probably no others with 3-digit miles!