Acura debuts its new 600hp NSX Type S at Monterey Car Week
350 of the limited run supercar will be built for global distribution, 15 units are destined for Canada with a MSRP of $221,500.
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MARKHAM — On Aug. 13, Acura debuted its new NSX Type S car at Monterey Car Week.
Acura has made a commitment to manufacture every 2022 Acura NSX produced at the Performance Manufacturing Center (PMC) in Ohio, to be a Type S model. 350 of the limited run supercar will be built for global distribution, 15 units are destined for Canada with a MSRP of $221,500, marking the first time a NSX Type S has been sold outside of Japan. More details on how Canadian Acura enthusiasts can own a supercar will be available at www.acura.ca on Wednesday, August 25.
“NSX has achieved iconic supercar status for its commitment to world class engineering based on Acura’s precision crafted performance, it epitomizes Acura as a performance marquee,” says James Marchand Assistant Vice President Acura Canada. “As a company of enthusiasts dedicated to constantly improving our vehicles, we are already working towards what the next generation of Acura vehicles will be as we continue towards further electrification.”
The NSX Type S also features 5-spoke wheels, stickier Pirelli P-Zero tires, retuned Adaptive Damper System, Type S decals, a standard carbon fiber roof. Under its standard carbon fiber engine cover is Acura’s production drivetrain: an updated version of the supercar’s twin-turbocharged V6 and three-motor hybrid system that produces 600-horsepower and 492 lb.-ft. of torque.
The supercar’s 9-speed DCT and torque-vectoring Sport Hybrid Super Handling All-Wheel Drive™ (SH-AWD®) are retuned for maximum performance. All Type S NSX destined for Canada include Carbon Ceramic Brakes, Carbon Fiber Engine Cover and Carbon Fiber interior package, reducing total curb weight.