New eBook For Honda’s Acura NSX Supercar

September 26, 2014 By Mike Lee
Last updated on August 5, 2015


Honda’s superbly engineered flagship model, the NSX, is the ultimate Japanese supercar. This book charts, in great detail, the complete history of the Honda NSX from inception to the present, and also incorporates a buyer’s guide. Features over 380 colour photos, advertising literature and interviews with key Honda personnel in order to tell the real story of the NSX. An absolute must have for anyone who owns, plans to own, or just plain admires the thinking person’s supercar, the NSX.

Acura NSX by Brian Long

ISBN: 9781845847036

Print equivalent ISBN: 9781904788430


£29.99 – prices may vary between vendors


  • Befitting the subject, the author is a leading motoring historian, who lives in Japan and who has received full co-operation from Honda
  • Full year-by-year coverage of all production models, including limited editions
  • Japanese, American and European markets covered superb detail
  • Well over 380 contemporary pictures, including rare prototypes, mainly in colour
  • Advertising and sales brochures are also reproduced
  • Interviews with key personnel
  • Sales and production data


Brian Long now has almost 40 automotive books to his credit. Coming from an engineering background, he has been an enthusiast for as long as anyone can remember. Today his passion for sports cars and vintage machinery remains as strong as ever.Born in Coventry, England, Brian now lives in Choba City Japan



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