1997 acura nsx-t

Second Floor- Industry

Already known for small economy cars, Honda endeavored to set a new standard for the modern supercar with the introduction of the NSX in 1989.  Unlike most exotic mid-engine sports cars of the day, the Acura NSX was designed to be civilized, reliable and user friendly, characteristics not normally associated with the highest performing cars of the era.  More technologically advanced than much of its competition, the hand-built NSX is regarded as the world’s first mass-produced car to have an all-aluminum monocoque body.

Courtesy of the Estate of Clarence Tyer Jr.