Car was bought by Rick Hendrick for $1.2 million.

The first production Acura NSX has rolled off the assembly line at the company's Performance Manufacturing Center in Marysville, Ohio.

Dressed in Valencia Red Pearl paint, the first production model features an eye catching exterior with a carbon fiber roof, a carbon fiber rear spoiler, and exclusive interwoven wheels which are backed up by a carbon ceramic braking system.  The car has also been equipped with a carbon fiber engine cover and a unique interior with leather and Alcantara upholstery.

The first car was delivered to car collected Rick Hendrick who earned the rights to the highly-anticipated model when he paid $1.2 million for it at a Barrett-Jackson auction in January.  All proceeds from the sale went to Camp Southern Ground and the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation.

In a statement, Hendrick said "Taking delivery of this first new Acura supercar and knowing the proceeds will benefit two remarkable organizations for children makes this a very special moment for me and everyone on our team." He went on to say "It's especially rewarding to see this incredible supercar coming to life in the United States, which is a real testament to the company's commitment to innovation and manufacturing here."


First production Acura NSX



Source: Acura

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