Acura has officially revealed that a limited-edition NSX Type S version would be produced for the 2022 model year, serving as the brand’s halo car’s farewell song. The car’s increased driving behavior is also based on unique styling cues and more powerful aerodynamics, with racing automotive parts. Its prominent feature includes GT3-inspired rear diffuser, being one of the most clearly recognizable characteristics. The latest Acura NSX Type S for 2022 has been announced, and it’s a genuine automotive delight. While this may be the final year for the second-generation NSX, it will do so with a spectacular edition.

Acura will only produce 350 of these limited-edition cars worldwide, with 300 going to the United States. These amazing features are providing faster acceleration, sharper turning, and a more emotive driving experience than any previous road-going NSX.The Type S now boasts revised suspension adjustments for reduced body roll and braking dive, enhanced torque vectoring performance at flip and corner exit, and revamped effective engine and induction sound systems for a more “unified” engine tone.With the 2022 model, Acura has succeeded in presenting a new NSX Type S. It’s an unique and exceptional automobile because of its angular shape and beautiful finish. The hybrid sports vehicle, designed for maximum excitement, is about to make its last impression on the world. The 2022 Acura NSX Type S is now accessible for presale, with a debut date of December 2021.


Acura has chosen to offer the 2022 Acura NSX Type S to commemorate its final year of manufacturing. The updated, enhanced, and improved Type S takes an already amazing supercar to even higher altitudes. There is also a strong case to be made that the fuel hybrid NSX is the most technically advanced vehicle on the market currently.


Acura has announced the price of new Type S model, which is about $171,495.  Moreover, it has provided a comprehensive list of basic and optional equipment. The NSX Type S is Acura’s suitable target Type S vehicle this year.


A mid-mounted V6 behind of driver, weighing 3.5 liters which is boosted by a couple of turbo engines and an electric motor, placed in between engine. Moreover, the nine-speed the double gearbox, remains present, as it was on the prototype. Throughout the road all-wheel drive is provided by a pair of front-mounted electric engines, with a total system output of 572 horsepower and 476 pound-feet.

The technology combines a twin-turbo V-6 and 3 electric motors for blazing acceleration, but it also allows for silent, electric-only driving. The rear wheels are powered by a combination of the V-6, the nine-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox, and one of the electric motors. The NSX’s other two electric motors control its front wheels separately, thus providing it all-wheel drive. The steering is straight and precise in Normal and Sport modes. On such a performance-oriented vehicle, though, such a configuration feels out of place. It has 3.5 liter a dual V6 engine and the 3- motor hybrid system produce 600 horsepower and 667Nm when combined.


The NSX’s highway fuel economy is 22 mpg. In our real-world highway fuel-economy test, the NSX achieved a respectable 23 mpg, slightly bettering its EPA value but coming up short of its non-hybrid competitors. Visit the EPA’s website for additional information on the NSX’s fuel efficiency. 2022 Acura NSX Type S has city mileage of about 21 mpg.


The bright red leather attracted to the youngest members of our team, but it was considered gaudy and childish by others. While the seats are comfy, we’d like more thigh support, and passionate drivers will undoubtedly want additional side bolstering. The NSX’s interior storage compartments aren’t very spacious for a car billed as an everyday supercar. It has a trunk that is directly behind the engine. Power isn’t the only thing that’s been improved. For somewhat less weight and a lower center of gravity, the Type S receives a carbon fiber roof. A new carbon fiber splitter, side skirts, rear spoiler, and a GT3 racing vehicle rear diffuser, have all been added to the aerodynamics to aid with down force. For faster driving, the adaptive suspension, all-wheel-drive system, and powertrain have all been retuned. The NSX Type S should be clearly recognizable thanks to sharper and more aggressive design on both ends, even if the Type S stickers aren’t visible.

The sports vehicle is equipped with a diverse collection of forged alloy split five-spoke wheels that are paired with special Pirelli P Zero tires that give up to 6% greater lateral adhesion. Starting with the appearance, the Type S seems to be a redesign of the second-generation NSX, owing to the Type S’s more angled front bumper, which has bigger intakes and a more prominent splitter of course, a car’s motor alone won’t help it go quicker, unless the designers concentrate on race-inspired aerodynamics. To improve high-speed stability, the engineers upgraded the whole airflow management. This is done by adding a redesigned nose with some more pointed air intakes and a more pronounced exhaust at the back.


Standard equipment includes a 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system, with interactive guidance and an ELS Studio nine-speaker audio. We found the panel setup to be imprecise and the system’s UI to be obsolete. To make the matter worst, it lacks superfluous buttons and has an awkward touch-sensitive volume slider that makes exact changes impossible.


For safety-conscious buyers, the NSX’s absence of driver-assistance systems may be a worry, but a robust standard airbag system offers enough protection.


Acura’s coverage is among the most extensive in the class. While Audi, BMW, and Porsche all provide a four-year or 50,000-mile protection plan, none of them give as much powertrain support as Acura. The hybrid-electric technologies in the NSX are guaranteed for 8 years or 100,000 miles.

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