The original NSX was in production between 1990 and 2005 and although limited by its V-6 engine it was considered the first Japanese car that could be mentioned in the same breath as Ferrari or Porsche. continues to have a loyal following who is keeping the resale prices of used NSX high. The concept car presented at the NAIAS in Detroit and the Geneva Motor Show in Switzerland earlier this year is not at all different from the Acura NSX Type R that will go into production as a 2017 model. It’s expected that 2017 Acura NSX Type R will be a hybrid design, initially powered by a twin-turbocharged engine of at least 400 hp, with possibly three electric motors assuming one per each wheel and a common motor for the front axle, or was it the other way around?. In either case, expect the kind of squirt you get out of an electrically powered car. The total output of this NSX Type R is still unknown, but it is expected with 0-60 times around 3.3 seconds, topping out at 200 mph.