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2003 Acura NSX Sports Car

Acura's supercar continues in 2003 and it may be the only exotic that not only can zip to speed in the blink of an eye, but perform with ease at a slow rate in a parking lot. With an aluminum body and high-output engine mounted mid-ship, the two-seater offers ideal weight balance and rear-wheel-drive (RWD) traction with a choice in powertrains. A dual-cam 3.2-liter aluminum V6 worth 290 hp mates exclusively with a six-speed manual or the twin-cam 3.0-liter V6 with 252 hp pairs with an electronically-controlled four-speed automatic that adds a lock-up torque converter and Acura's SportShift manual mode. High intensity discharge (HID) headlights are aboard, with perforated leather covering seats, door panels and steering wheel, and a Bose Music System in the dash.