The Acura NSX may be set to end production, but those who assumed that the brand's flagship supercar would be discontinued appear to have been incorrect. Although the current NSX generation will end with the 2022 model year, a recent report claims that Acura isn't quite done with the NSX.
Citing a statement from Acura brand officer Jon Ikeda, Motor Trend reports that there will be another NSX. Unfortunately, we don't know yet know for sure when the NSX will see its next redesign. Whether or not this happens sometime in 2022 or 2023 remains an open question for the time being.
Even though the current NSX is a plug-in hybrid, the prospect of a fully electric model doesn't appear to be off the table. For comparison, Audi offers the e-tron GT, a high-tech 100% electric coupe with a price tag of over $100,000. Acura currently doesn't have an answer in the form of a fully electric car.
Most recently, Acura announced its intent to bring back the Integra nameplate and has put renewed focus on its Type S lineup of performance vehicles. Given the fact that Acura doesn't appear to have forgotten its roots, it may be no surprise that the company hasn't abandoned the iconic NSX.
Stay tuned for updates as they become available.
Pictured: 2022 NSX