NSX Type S (Zero)

2020 marks the 30th anniversary of the NSX being sold worldwide after being introduced in 1989 in both Chicago and Tokyo. Unfortunately this years tour was cancelled, since then we have had quite some request for a one day event, this to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Honda NSX. Together with Openroads we have put together a 1 day driving experience below you can find all details, registration closes 15-04-2020 we hope to see you there! 

Unlike the standard Type S, the S-Zero does not offer Air Conditioning, navigation, and stereo system as an option. The suspension is stiffer than the standard Type S by using the NA1 Type R (1992 to 1995) suspension but retaining the Type S’s larger rear sway bar. Changes were also made to the interior’s manual transmission boot shifter, replacing the original material from leather to mesh.

The original press release (click to enlarge):

In 2002 the type S was facelifted.  The second iteration NSX-S, sold exclusively in Japan like other sports NSXs, continues with the face-lifted NSX keeping the weight at 1,320 kg (2,900 lb). Some pictures of one that recently came up for sale in Japan:

Last but not least a nice video about the type S by Best motoring.

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