MARYSVILLE — The final Acura NSX Type S was completed this week at the Performance Manufacturing Center.
Finished in Gotham Gray matte paint, the final second-generation NSX, badged #350 of 350, marks the end of the hybrid-electric supercar’s storied run, which began in 2016.
The NSX Type S made its global debut during the 2021 Monterey Car Week and its production began in January of this year at the local facility.
Designed for the production of specialty, hand-built vehicles, the Performance Manufacturing Center was developed to innovate both the means and the methods of producing low-volume specialty vehicles by marrying the precision of advanced technology with the artistry of human craftsmanship.
The highly-skilled associates at the PMC now have begun production of a limited run of the 2023 Acura TLX Type S PMC Edition. Available in one of three NSX-derived colors, the first two offered, Curva Red and 130R White, were fully reserved in just minutes.
The next offering, Long Beach Blue, will be available for reservations beginning Dec. 8 at acura.com/pmc-edition. Total production for the TLX Type S PMC Edition will be limited to just 100 units of each color.