Honda will restore the first generation Acura NSX supercarsOctober 11, 2020
The Japanese company is seriously considering extending a special program, according to which it will be possible to restore copies of the Acura NSX supercar to factory condition from scratch.
In the 90s of the last century, one of the greatest Japanese mid-engined sports cars was shown. We are talking about the first generation Honda NSX, the car in some countries is called Acura NSX.
Now Honda NSX car owners in Japan are using the company’s own sports car restoration program, which has been in effect since 2010. However, only the residents of Japan have the opportunity to restore the supercar model to the factory state.
According to John Watts, Acura’s senior NSX project manager, the Japanese company is seriously considering adopting an NSX recovery program for American drivers.
Mr. Watts shared that at the time of this writing, the idea is still under development to find out if the US NSX owners have any interest in such a program. Note that just under 9,000 original NSXs were sold in the US – most of them are still in good working order today.
The first generation NSX restoration or restyling program will be budgetary. Some prices that have been disclosed by the automaker range from $ 2,500 – restoration of some exterior elements up to 38,000 dollars for the complete restoration of the car.
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