Following its official launch as an Acura in the United States, Honda has announced pricing in Europe.
The company’s supercar will begin from approximately €180,000 (equivalent to $196,330) in Germany, while in the United Kingdom, prospective buyers will have to pay roughly £130,000 ($180,400), once the order books open in April.
Deliveries of the first Honda NSX in Europe will start this fall and the continent will be “the leading export region for sales of NSX“, which “will be sold through a limited network of authorized dealers in key European locations“.
Full pricing details haven’t been released yet, but its North America sibling, the Acura NSX carries a starting price of $156,000. With options added, the cost can rise to $220,000 and some of the features that come at an extra charge include the premium blue color, $6,000, carbon fiber engine cover, $3,600, silver brake calipers for $10,600 and $9,000 for the carbon fiber exterior package.