Years of waiting for Acura’s new supercar have culminated in one hefty price tag for the first duplicate. The first 2017 Acura NSX sold for $1.2 million at a Barrett-Jackson public auction this weekend in Scottsdale, Ariz.
Not only did the automobile bring quite a bit of money, it likewise established a new record public auction cost at Barrett-Jackson for a marked VIN 001 car. The winning prospective buyer, NASCAR team owner Rick Hendrick, made the right to personalized order the initial production version of the NSX.
All proceeds from the sale will certainly benefit two charities. These include the Pediatric Human brain Growth Structure, the world’s biggest not-for-profit funder of youth mind tumor research study, and also Camp Southern Ground, the passion project of artist Zac Brown.