Acura’s NSX Sells Well… Despite Not Existing Yet

In the supercar world, you typically have to order your vehicle before it is released, since by the time it is ready to hit the street, the production run has typically already sold out. In the case of the Acura NSX, it’s even worse; we don’t know what the production version will look like (or if it will even come out!), but it seems that the English are eager to get one.

Depending on where you live, your future NSX will sport an Acura or Honda badge. However, the British can’t wait to get their hands on it, regardless of the brand name on the trunk; Honda dealerships have received no less than 100 deposits for the hybrid supercar.

The final version of the NSX should be unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show.

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