If exclusivity is your lodestar when you’re buying a supercar, then on a dollar basis the 2019 Acura NSX should probably be your first port of call. The Japanese automaker’s resurrection of the iconic sports car may have been around since 2016, but – despite widespread acclaim – this second-generation car has sold in unexpectedly rare numbers.
Indeed, Acura says that only around 2,000 new NSX have been bought since it brought the badge back from the archives just a few years ago, roughly half of which have been in the US. It’s enough to make exotica from Ferrari and Lamborghini look mainstream. Porsche’s 911 seems positively common in comparison.
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