It has been reported that all 300 that were designated for the U.S. were reserved in under 24 hours — with another 100 on a waitlist. Starting at around $170,000 USD, it was expected that this version would be in high demand granted its celebrated history as one of Honda‘s icons. Said to be the “quickest, most powerful and best-handling production NSX ever,” the final NSX Type S supercar boasts a 3.5-liter twin-turbo engine that makes about 600 horsepower and 492lb-ft of torque.
Aside from the 300 going to the United States, 30 units will go to Japan with another 20 divvied up to the rest of the world.
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