Unless you can’t tell because of the missing rear fascia, this is Acura’s latest NSX supercar, boasting a custom Fi Exhaust system while awaiting a wide-body kit for aesthetic purposes.
According to Fi Exhaust themselves, this catless system features valve control as standard. It works with the help of the company’s intelligent ECU system, which means that drivers can control the exhaust either by engine rpm or via remote control input.
As you can hear, this car sounds completely unlike a stock NSX, which is undoubtedly what the tuner was going for. At low revs, the exhaust seems throaty, with low frequency crackles.
Of course, aside from the soundtrack, if you’re a Liberty Walk fan, you’ll probably appreciate the wide-body architecture this particular NSX is about to receive. In the end, it should look a little something like this.
As for the wheels, you’re looking at a set of black Forgiato alloys, with contrasting red calipers.