One of the most iconic Japanese sports vehicles ever made is the Acura/Honda NSX. 

When the first NSX made its debut for the 1991 model year, it completely altered the concept of what a sports vehicle might be. 

It was the first production vehicle made entirely of aluminum and demonstrated that 

expensive sports cars didn't always have to be fussy, unreliable garage hogs.

Ultimately, underneath the remarkably streamlined and low profile, the NSX remained as dependable as any other Honda model from that era.  

new level of quality and driveability with the NSX, which epitomizes Acura's reputation for comfort and dependability."