Acura have given the NSX a mild update for 2019, with tweaks to the styling, suspension setup, and software calibration. A new colour will available for the NSX line called Thermal Orange Pearl that is part of the premium paint options.
The goal of the revised Acura NSX was to make the car easier to live with for day to day life. The magnetorheological dampers now have an increase range that allows for a smoother more comfortable ride when in the quiet driving mode, but still allow for the same stiffness and control for the Sport+ and Track modes. Th front anti-roll bar is now 26 per cent stiffer, with th rear now 19 per cent stiffer. New stickier Continental SportContact 6 tyres are now available that have been specifically developed for the NSX.
The drivetrain of the NSX remains the same, with the 3.5L twin-turbo V6 coupled to an electric motor driving the rear axle, and two more one the front wheels. The hybrid combination provides 573 hp, 476 lb-ft, and an incredible 0-100 kph sprint of just 2.9 seconds.