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The 2002 Acura NSX (NA2), also known as the Honda NSX outside of North America, is a mid-engine sports car manufactured by Honda and sold in North America under the Acura brand.

For the 2002 model year, the NSX received a series of exterior changes, most notably fixed xenon headlights that replace the pop-up versions of the older models.

The 2002 to 2005 produced variant were the final models of the first generation NSX. The NSX was reintroduced in 2016 as a hybrid sports car.

Need for Speed: ProStreet

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The NSX appears in Need for Speed: ProStreet as part of the Collector's Edition release as a tier 3 vehicle with a price tag of 70,000 cash. 

It is an average tier 3 car with a focus on handling. It is best utilised in Drift and Grip events. 

Need for Speed: Shift

The NSX appears in Need for Speed: Shift as part of the downloadable Exotic Racing Series Pack for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 releases.

It is a tier 2 car with a 5.60 car rating and can be acquired for free through the car lot.

Shift 2: Unleashed

The NSX appears in Shift 2: Unleashed with a C 510 performance index rating and 3.44 handling rating. It is classed as a Modern Road vehicle and can be purchased for $64,000.

It has direct steering and is capable of high-speed cornering. It is not difficult to handle although it may slide whilst entering a 90 degree curve too fast. It is possible to keep pace with most cars within its range.

Need for Speed: Edge

The NSX 2005 appears in Need for Speed: Edge with an S class performance rating.

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S 742
Requires 500 blueprints to produce
Top Speed 731
Acceleration 753
Nitro Capacity 742
Strength 460
Durability 420

Trivia

  • In the Shift series, the Works upgraded NSX resembles the JGTC Honda NSX.
  • In Need for Speed: Edge, it is listed as a 2005 model year.

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