Just as Honda began rewriting the rules when it launched its Acura brand in the United States for the 1986 model year, it also changed those rules with the mid-engined NSX. First shown in Chicago during the 1989 auto show, the NSX debuted in mid-1990 as a 1991 model. It looked a lot like a 308 or 328 Ferrari, but it had a big difference—the build quality and reliability of a Honda.
The sleek aluminum body had a drag coefficient of 0.32. Suspension of the monocoque body-chassis unit was fully independent. Capable of 0-60 in less than 6.0 seconds, the NSX could dispatch a quarter-mile in fewer than 14 seconds.
The magnificent 1996 Acura NSX featured here is finished in rare and highly desirable Brooklyn’s Green Pearl over an impeccably kept Tan leather interior. This exquisite motorcar has had just one meticulous owner since new and resided in the dry state of Texas. This investment grade Acura NSX- T is one of only five in this desirable color combination and option package. I truly believe the investment potential of this upcoming classic will grow beyond your imagination, making this car perfect for the investment-minded collector!