Acura Senior Vice President and General Manager Mike Accavitti has revealed some new details about the 2016 NSX.

Speaking to Edmunds, Accavitti said the highly-anticipated model will have an assortment of personalization options. He was coy on specifics but hinted the car could be offered with aluminum and carbon fiber trim as well as a track package.

As Accavitti explained, supercar buyers like to personalize their cars so the NSX will "offer more factory-installed options than any other vehicle that we have ever had."

The executive also revealed that the company is almost finished with finalizing the requirements that dealers must meet in order to sell the car. He declined to say how many dealers might opt out but he noted it's their option as some small and mid-size dealers might not want to purchase the special tools and equipment that are required to work on the car.

Gallery: Acura exec hints at a track package for the 2016 NSX

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