New video takes an up-close look at the hand-built heart of the Acura NSX
Acura is a mass market vehicle manufacturer, save for one model - the NSX. The supercar is hand-built inside the company's 4,000-square foot Performance Manufacturing Center in Marysville, Ohio. The rural town's workers are responsible for the NSX's sleek and sexy body, as well as the rousing roar that comes from the hybrid's tailpipe.
A new video from Acura shows the development, construction, racing prowess and human connection that underpins the car. It serves as both a behind the scenes look at the plant, car, and engine, including the development of the engine from concept to reality.
"It's here at the Anna Engine Plant, where the heart of the NSX gets to beat for the very first time," said Jim Mankin, who served as the engine quality project leader for production of the NSX engine. "The NSX engine room is staffed with the best-of-the best talent from our assembly department who hand-build the engine that powers Acura's American-made super car and who help the NSX make its mark on the world of manufacturing."
The NSX is one of six Acura models. The brand, once reliant on sedans for income, has found success with its three-row MDX SUV and the redesigned two-row RDX SUV. The automaker, the luxury arm of Honda, will be the first to include Honda's new, innovative airbag design in a model later this year.
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