We take a close look at the sales numbers and pick out the biggest successes and disappointments of April 2018. Here are the highlights and lowlights.
Autobild put together a slideshow forecasting various convertibles due to arrive from 2018 to 2023. The long-prophesied Acura NSX Roadster graced the first slide, reportedly prepped for market launch later this year at a price of 200,000 euros. That's about 13,000 euros more spendy than the hardtop, a relative bargain. Don't call your Goldman private banker yet, though — that Autobild slide is likely as close as any of us will get to said roadster this year.
Acura hits SEMA this year with the NSX Dream Project, worked up by ScienceofSpeed.
This is a highly modified and restored car.
Who doesn't want a Honda with more torque?
It looks similar to an older design.
Another TLX and an NSX will race, too.
It's at the NSX proving grounds.
Packages start at $2,700.
More engines need deep blue paint and dark chrome accents.
Technology that makes a car faster and more friendly.
It could be called RSX again, or ILX Sport, or all sorts of things.
A number of racing variants of other cars were also shown.
The MDX is supposed to look like the NSX GT3 it's towing. It doesn't.
There's currently only one Acura NSX in Australia. Here's how it ended up inside the Melbourne Crown casino.