This 1996 Acura NSX-T with just 10,700-miles on the odometer is probably as close as you’ll get to a showroom-like vehicle in 2024. However, it has already reached $71,500 at auction with 2-days left to go, which means it could break the 6-figure marker.
Auto enthusiasts probably know that the Lucid Air Ground Touring boasts a dual-motor, all-wheel-drive powertrain that generates 819 hp and 886 lb-ft of torque, enabling it to hit 60 mph in 3.0-seconds, but is it faster than the Acura NSX Type S?
When you think of a Kawasaki Ninja H2 R, the last thing that comes to mind would probably be drag racing an Acura NSX Type S, that is unless…you’re Edmunds. Why? Well, first off the NSX weighs in at a hefty 3,913-pounds, or at least compared to the 476-pound motorcycle.
Always wanted an actual race car? This Acura ARX-05 could be yours for the right price. It’s a full IMSA-spec Daytona Prototype international race car built by Wayne Taylor Racing in December 2021 and raced in the 2022 Rolex 24 at Daytona. Featuring a slick black, silver, and blue #10 Konica Minolta livery on an ORECA-built carbon-fiber monocoque.
Coco Zarita wanted to give his 2023 Acura Integra a sleek makeover, so he visited tuning shop Autotuned in Monrovia, California. In addition to the power mods, he also got a custom wrap designed by artist Andreas Wennevold. To see this vehicle in person, you’ll need to stop by the SEMA Show in Las Vegas, which starts next week (Nov. 1-4).