Honda NSX Type S Costs $254,000 In Japan Where Only 30 Are Coming
It starts at $169,500 in the US. The first Acura NSX Type S model sold at auction earlier this month for a whopping $1.1 million, just days after the model’s introduction. Customers in the US will be spending much less than that for the upgraded supercar, and they’ll be paying less than those buying the hybrid sports coupe in Japan, where the NSX Type S wears a Honda badge. The NSX Type S will start at ¥27.95 million in Japan, or $254,000 at current exchange rates. That’s a hefty price tag for the supercar, which gets a host of several upgrades for the model’s last production year. The NSX’s price tag does include a 10-percent consumption tax, too. The company plans to build just 350 (349 if you exclude the one sold at auction) NSX Type S models, and only 30 of those will reach Japan. Gallery: 2022 Acura NSX Type S 2022 Acura NSX Type S Front Blue Background 43 Photos In the US, the NSX Type S starts at $169,500, while equipping the Lightweight Package takes the price tag to $182,500. The price bump includes getting more power from the twin-turbocharged 3.5-liter V6 and the three electric motors. The powertrain now produces 600 horsepower (447 kilowatts) and 492 pound-feet (667 Newton-meters) of torque, a small bump compared with the regular NSX’s 573 hp (427 kW) and 476 lb-ft (645 Nm). Three hundred of the 350 are coming to the US.