Acura Super Bowl Commercial | Luther Bloomington Acura


Can you believe Super Bowl 50 is already here? Sports fans everywhere will gather to watch the game, the commentary and the commercials.

The last commercial Acura aired during the super bowl was in 2012. It took a humorous approach to the anticipation of the NSX.

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The first Acura NSX sold for $1.2 Million in an auction at Barrett-Jackson last month. The proceeds from this auction will be donated to the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation and Camp Southern Ground.

This auction broke the record as the highest-selling designated vehicle identification number 001 at Barrett-Jackson.

Winner: Rick Handrick. (Sorry Jerry.)

This year Acura is advertising for the same vehicle. Only it is much closer to being available to drivers everywhere.


The commercial highlights the following:

The Multi-Material Body with Space Frame Construction

This is Acura’s first application of this frame technology. The frame is aluminum-intensive, multi-material frame designed to make the NSX lightweight, rigid and dynamic.


Every bolt on the 2017 NSX is hand-started by a Performance Manufacturing Center technician. Every step is designed between high-tech robotic technology and skilled technicians. The result leaves every NSX symmetrical, laser-hemmed and adjustment-free.

Twin-Turbocharged V6 Engine

This engine uses technology and a V6 design to be powerful without being too large.

Total Airflow Management

One of the most important design goals Acura had for the NSX was it’s aerodynamic performance. It is designed to support dynamics and high-speeds without active zero devices. The shape of the NSX minimizes aerodynamic drag while still creating a balance between the front and rear downforce of the vehicle and much more.

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