Acura NSX reborn
Image: Autoviva, 2012
The original Acura NSX was particularly popular during the 1990s and early 2000s, although it was put out to pasture in 2005, allowing it to ascend into the ranks of modern classics.
However, last year a concept for a new Acura NSX emerged and it has been revealed this month that the full production version will be made available to buy in 2015, with production taking place on US soil.
The NSX will roll out of a $70 million facility built in Marysville, Ohio and it will be powered by a V6 engine, also constructed in the state.
Of course, if you cannot wait for the new NSX to arrive then it might be a good time to look for classic cars for sale.
Thanks to its popularity it is not particularly rare, although you will have to shop around to find one that is in good condition and within your price range.
Even the first generation NSX has the best part of 300bhp under the hood and it also earned its pedigree on the track, so it is a proper Japanese performance car with unique looks and a cult following, which it has earned over the years.