Available at NSX.Acura.com, the online configurator allows future NSX owners and enthusiasts to virtually customize their supercar. It also means that customer ordering for the NSX at authorized dealers has begun.
After a prospective owner builds their NSX online, they can request a personal one-on-one consultation with an authorized NSX retailer as the first step in the official ordering process. Naturally, customers and enthusiasts can share their custom configured NSX online through social media.
The 2017 Acura NSX will be available in six different colors: Curva Red, 130R White, Berlina Black, Casino White Pearl, Source Silver Metallic and Nord Gray Metallic. The pearl and metallic paints will cost $700 additional. For those looking to really invest into their NSX, there are two PPG Andaro paint shades for $6,000 more: Valencia Red Pearl and Nouvelle Blue Pearl. Interior color choices include red, orchid, saddle and ebony.
Three different packages are available for the NSX. The first is a carbon fiber exterior sport package priced at $9,000 and adds competition-inspired exterior enhancements like a carbon fiber front spoiler, carbon fiber side sills, carbon fiber rear diffuser and dark chrome exhaust finisher. You can also choose to pair it up with the carbon fiber interior sport package that costs $2,900, adding a hand-wrapped carbon fiber meter visor and carbon fiber steering wheel garnish as well as aluminum sport pedals and footrest.
Lastly there’s a technology package that starts from $2,800 adding Acura’s ELS Studio Audio System, next-generation AcuraLink, Acura Satellite-Linked Navigation System with Voice Recognition and HD Digital Traffic, and front and rear parking sensors. It is also available with SiriusXM Radio.
Individual options for the 2017 Acura NSX include a carbon fiber roof ($6,000), carbon fiber engine cover ($3,600), carbon-ceramic brake rotors (starting at $9,900), exclusive interwoven wheels ($1,500), carbon fiber rear decklid spoiler ($3,000), semi-aniline full leather power sport seats ($2,500), semi-aniline leather and Alcantara power sport seats ($1,500) and black Alcantara headliner ($1,300).
“The launch of the next-generation NSX configurator not only turns up the Acura NSX excitement another notch, but takes us one step closer to delivering the NSX to our first customers,” said Jon Ikeda, vice president and general manager of Acura. “Customers and fans alike have been waiting for this moment, and now they are able to build the incredible new Acura NSX of their dreams.”