2017 NSX Update - Everything You Need to Know | Luther Bloomington Acura


We know about the NSX engine, features and design. Here are a few details about the release.

Stay informed by signing up for  Acura NSX news and information emails on our Future Vehicles page. You can also use this page to learn more about the 2017 NSX.

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The 2017 NSX will be on the market next spring.

The very first 2017 NSX will be sold at the end of the month.

The first serial production of the 2017 NSX will be auctioned off at the Barrett-Jackson collector car auction in Scottsdale, Arizona. This car is the first off the assembly line and will be certified with a VIN of 001. This will be the first all-new Acura vehicle to be auctioned for charitable organizations.

Customer orders will be received starting February 25, 2016.

This is Acura’s first built-to-order vehicle

Customers will have the opportunity to build their own unique 2017 NSX based on colors, surface options, features and more. These choices will determine the price of the vehicle. Customers will get to choose between the following.

  • 8 exterior colors

  • 4 interior color schemes

  • 3 seating surface options

  • 3 wheel designs

  • carbon-ceramic brake options

  • carbon fiber interior sport package

  • carbon fiber roof

… and much more!

MSRP ranges from $156,000 to $205,700.


Click here to check out the official press release on AcuraNews.com.

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