The 2017 Acura NSX Price Will Top Out at Over $200,000

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The 2017 Acura NSX will start from $157,800 including destination.

As Acura’s first build-to-order vehicle, the 2017 NSX will top out at $207,500 when equipped with all available factory features and options. Those ordering the hybrid supercar will get to choose from one of eight rich exterior colors and four interior schemes, as well as three different seating surface options. Further customization options include three wheels designs with painted or polished finish, carbon-ceramic brake options, a carbon fiber interior sport package, carbon fiber roof and more.

SEE ALSO: Top 10 Things You Need to Know About the Acura NSX

The order books will open on February 25, 2016 at authorized NSX retailers. The Japanese automaker will also launch the online configurator that day, so customers can explore the process of ordering the vehicle while enthusiasts can also configure their dream NSX.

”The NSX is the pinnacle expression of Acura precision crafted performance and we’re thrilled to take the next step toward bringing it to market,” said Jon Ikeda, vice president and general manager of the Acura Division. “We’re creating Acura Announces Additional Launch Details for the 2017 Acura NSX new space within the supercar realm, pushing the envelope beyond the conventional thinking about supercars – just like the original NSX.”

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  • Drew

    Such a shame. Needless complication and styling that needs simplified. Could have had a normally aspirated, high winding, high powered 4.5 liter V-8 with about 450 horsepower instead. And a price tag of $80,000. Such a shame.

  • Damian

    Not that I disagree with your intent here…a simpler, more driver oriented car sure would’ve been a great successor. The earlier NSX they were developing with the V10 and sh-awd would’ve been the one. Unfortunately, the economy threatened that venture, so they shut it down. Fact is though, a 4.5 liter that would make 450 horsepower, meet EPA and federal mandates would have to rev tremendously high to make those power numbers…if at all possible. There is a reason Ferrari, and every other manufacturer is going forced induction…the era of N/A is over, unless you look at a power reduction. No need to debate whether the 4.5 is or isn’t possible, its a simple matter of…the new NSX is a HALO…halo’s are the umbrella of the future of the brand…everything built after will feed off of the learning they’ve done developing this car. Personally, the moment they made this NSX an american project, and not a japanese one, I felt it was doomed. This will only bolster original NSX value in my opinion.

  • Calvin L Miller Jr

    Because there inst enough of those cars out right now? They made an exotic competitor that wasn’t meant for the masses. The gains Lexus got from the LFA sent that brand right into the stratosphere. Acura is going for the same thing. Bet the next performance sedan they make will be very good. Maybe not the best but very good.

  • Drew

    I would rather find an original NSX for around $40k and bolster it’s performance another 100-150hp and skip this new model.

  • Ninja250

    Just like the rest of the Acura line – not very good looking and way overpriced for what you get.

  • pywaket_1

    Agreed. And I say this as someone who loved my 3rd generation Integra.

    That’s a really “meh” interior for something so expensive. Unless it looks vastly different in person, it just screams “cheap and plasticy”.

  • Ninja250

    I should hope the interior is “vastly different” in person. As it appears in the photos, it looks like an Acura version of a Honda CRZ. But then I’m too poor to afford an exotic like this. And even if I hit on the lottery, at my age, I’d rather have a nice Bentley Continental GT.

  • pywaket_1

    Pretty much. This isn’t what a 6 figure car should look like inside. I’d rather have an RS8…

  • Calvin L Miller Jr

    More power to you man. This car will be great. Its looks awesome on video inside and out. The extra 6 months they put into development with the assistance of automotive magazine reviewers giving feedback hopefully will take this up a notch. Its a monster in race mode. It just needs a tweak for sport and sport+.