Auto123 reviews the 2022 Acura NXS Type S.
For 2022, the Acura NSX has been given its place in the world of Type S, that performance nameplate over at Acura that has already graced the likes of the MDX crossover and the TLX sedan. Indeed, it may seem strange that the NSX, the most performance-oriented model in Acura’s lineup, has had to wait its turn to get the Type S treatment, but when you consider just what all that entails for Acura’s supercar, you start to understand that indeed, this is a great example of how good things come to those who wait.
The power of S
First of all, the transition to S spec has done wonders for the styling of the NSX. What used to be a car that looked stuck between a McLaren and an Audi R8 has been transformed into something more bespoke thanks to tweaked headlights, front splitter, new wheels and, perhaps most notable of all, a massive rear diffuser similar to what you might see on the NSX GT3 race car. Add the Indy Yellow Pearl paint seen here with contrasting black badging, and you have one heck of a head-turning hybrid supercar.
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