The Acura NSX is a sports car manufactured by the Honda Motor Company. This mid-engine vehicle was produced between 1990 and 2005 and resumed production in 2015. It is a rear-wheel drive two-door coupe and has a body made entirely of aluminum. In spite of its reasonably long production life, the Acura NSX has only had two generations. While the original generation had some small updates, it remained basically the same car. The recently launched newer generation is classified as a supercar and has longitudinally mounted the V6 engine, dual front electric motors, and a rear electric motor.
The car has had a spectacularly varied career on small and large screen. On television, the Acura NSX has appeared in numerous productions. It was notably a featured vehicle in the 1996 TV series L.A. Heat, as a car used by a main character Chase McDonald. It was also important to the 1997 film Executive Target.