1991 Acura NSX Specifications
|Engine and Electrical |
|Engine Type ||3.0 liter, DOHC, 24-valve, V6 |
|Horsepower ||270 hp @7100 RPM - 5-speed 252 hp @6600 RPM - Automatic |
|Torque (SAE net) ||210 lbs.-ft. (29.0 kg-m) @5300 RPM 5-speed and Automatic |
|Redline ||8000 RPM - 5-speed 7500 RPM - Automatic |
Considering this, how much is a 1990 Acura NSX?
Take, for example, the Acura NSX. Prices when new ranged from $60,000 in 1991 to just shy of $90,000 by the time production stopped in 2005. Now, though, this mid-engined exotic—with the reliability, comfort, and everyday drivability of, well, a Honda—is considerably cheaper.
Beside above, what engine does the NSX have?
Engine, Transmission, and Performance The NSX's hybrid-electric powertrain combines a twin-turbocharged 3.5-liter V-6 with three electric motors for a combined total of 573 horsepower. The V-6, the nine-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission, and one of the electric motors work as a team to power the rear wheels.
How fast is Honda NSX?
The car accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 2.9 seconds, and has a top speed in excess of 307 km/h (191 mph). The NSX completes a quarter-mile run in 11.2 seconds.
How much HP does a VTEC engine have?
pounds out 306 hp before reaching the 7,000-rpm redline. With a specific output of 153 hp/L, this VTEC engine is the most powerful street-legal Honda ever to reach America.