The popular black body color is faithfully reproduced.
The Honda NSX, initially unveiled as the 'NS-X' at the 1989 Chicago Auto Show, was released in the following year. This mid-engine sports car featured an all-aluminum body, excellent visibility, a spacious trunk, and even an automatic transmission option. Its driver-centric design had a significant influence on sports cars worldwide.
In Japan, it was released in September 1990, and over the years, it went through various evolutions, such as the addition of the NSX-R in 1992, engine displacement increases in 1997, and the discontinuation of retractable headlights in 2001. Production continued until 2005.
In the TLV-NEO series, a new version of the popular NSX has been introduced. This time, it features the classic black body color that was available from the very beginning. As with previous models, the engine hood can be opened.
Decade of Vehicle Release: 1990s
Vehicle Manufacturer: Honda
Official licensing for product creation has been approved.
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