Acura NSX 1991


Acura presented the original NSX display in 1991, outlining it for the Premium Coupe Class. This auto was fueled by a 3.0L V6 petrol motor adding to 270 hp and 210 lb-ft of torque. This high yield rating was conceivable because of the new Variable-Volume Intake System (VVIS) intended to expand wind stream to the motor at higher revs. Another force expanding framework fitted into the Acura NSX was the Variable Valve Timing and Lift Electronic Control, which keeps the valves opened for a more extended time of time at around 5800 revs. Joined with its ultra-light aluminum monocoque suspension, aluminum suspension and titanium uniting rods, the new NSX completely merited the 'First Japanese Exotic Super car' designation. The Acura NSX was honoured 'Car of the Year 1991' in Australia.


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Overall reliability of auto, maintenance price


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Length173.4 in
4404 mm
Width71.3 in
1811 mm
Height46.1 in
1171 mm
Front/rear Track59.4/60.2 in
1,509/1,529 mm
Wheelbase99.6 in
2530 mm
Ground Clearance5.3 in
135 mm
Cargo Volume5 cuFT
142 L


Displacement2977 cm3
Power201 KW @ 7100 RPM
270 HP @ 7100 RPM
270 BHP @ 7100 RPM
Torque210 lb-ft @ 5300 RPM
285 Nm @ 5300 RPM
Fuel SystemElectronic Fuel Injection
CO2 Emissions311 g/km

Fuel consumption

City16 mpg US
14.7 L/100Km
Highway22 mpg US
10.7 L/100Km
Combined18 mpg US
13.1 L/100Km


Top Speed168 mph
270 km/h
Acceleration 0-62 Mph (0-100 kph)5.9 s


Drive TypeRear Wheel Drive
GearboxManual, 5 Speed


FrontVentilated Discs
RearVentilated Discs


Unladen Weight3010 lbs
1365 kg


Tire Size205/50ZR ZR15 (Front) - 225/50 ZR16 (Rear)