Tuner Launches Acura NSX With Pagani-Type Quad Exhaust

Renowned Japanese racing team ARTA introduced the reconditioned Acura NSX (sold in Japan as Honda) which changes the look of the vehicle and adds a quad exhaust design somewhat reminiscent of the Pagani Zonda. 25.3 million yen ($222,348) at the current exchange rate. I only do 5 of them.  The ARTA uses carbon fiber reinforced plastic (CFRP) for 65% of the Regvero's exterior. Revised parts include a new front fascia with larger air intakes and a hood with multiple vents. The boxy front fender also has a duct above it.  The rear of the body also has a more angular look, including the fenders and their inlets. Small wings are attached to the aft deck. The square-oriented quad exhaust design is positioned under the bumpers.  ARTA has also added a twill-woven carbon fiber panel to the interior. The company covers seats, steering wheels and door panels in Alcantara.  The company makes no mention of changes to the NSX's powertrain. The 3.5-liter twin-turbocharged V6 is equipped with three electric motors and produces a total output of 573 horsepower (427 kW).  Honda is now saying goodbye to the NSX as production will end in 2022. To say goodbye, the company's 600-hp (447-kW) Type S 9-speed dual-clutch gearbox shifts 50% faster. The optional Lightweight Package includes carbon ceramic brakes, carbon fiber engine cover and carbon interior trim to reduce weight to 57.8 pounds. (26.2kg).  The NSX Type S is limited to 350 units worldwide. Of these, 300 are for the United States and 30 for Japan. Prices start at $169,500 in the US, and light package prices start at $182,500.

Renowned Japanese racing team ARTA introduced the reconditioned Acura NSX (sold in Japan as Honda) which changes the look of the vehicle and adds a quad exhaust design somewhat reminiscent of the Pagani Zonda. 25.3 million yen ($222,348) at the current exchange rate. I only do 5 of them.

The ARTA uses carbon fiber reinforced plastic (CFRP) for 65% of the Regvero's exterior. Revised parts include a new front fascia with larger air intakes and a hood with multiple vents. The boxy front fender also has a duct above it.

The rear of the body also has a more angular look, including the fenders and their inlets. Small wings are attached to the aft deck. The square-oriented quad exhaust design is positioned under the bumpers.

ARTA has also added a twill-woven carbon fiber panel to the interior. The company covers seats, steering wheels and door panels in Alcantara.

The company makes no mention of changes to the NSX's powertrain. The 3.5-liter twin-turbocharged V6 is equipped with three electric motors and produces a total output of 573 horsepower (427 kW).

Honda is now saying goodbye to the NSX as production will end in 2022. To say goodbye, the company's 600-hp (447-kW) Type S 9-speed dual-clutch gearbox shifts 50% faster. The optional Lightweight Package includes carbon ceramic brakes, carbon fiber engine cover and carbon interior trim to reduce weight to 57.8 pounds. (26.2kg).

The NSX Type S is limited to 350 units worldwide. Of these, 300 are for the United States and 30 for Japan. Prices start at $169,500 in the US, and light package prices start at $182,500.

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