It probably didn’t get grear notice but it’s still a milestone in the world of ultra-performance sporting cars, as the final second-generation example of the mid-engine Acura NSX Type S was completed this week at the Honda-operated Performance Manufacturing Center in Marysville, Ohio, where Honda has a major U.S. production presence. The last of the hybrid-electric mid-engine supercars, bearing serial number 350 out of 350 units in the production run, was finished in Gotham Gray and closed out a build cycle that dated to 2016.
That’s an instant collectible if one ever existed. As to the PMC in Marysville, it’s already underway on its next job, the assembly and rollout of the limited-run 2023 Acura TLX Type S PMC Edition. To be offered in three NSX-exclusive colors, reservations for the first two series, in Curva Red and 130R White, were booked solid within minutes after being announced. Total production of the PMC Edition will be limited to 100 units in each color.