Seeing as you’ve opened this page one way or another, you would probably agree that the Honda/Acura NSX is a platform that is much beloved by the car community.

The original NA1 Honda/Acura NSX has been studied and meticulously taken by heart by its owners and fans across the globe, so much so that every little detail about the car can be found a few clicks away on your browser. Top that with the fact that the car was fine-tuned by the legendary Ayrton Senna, the NSX is a unique sports car on its own that deserves its heritage to be preserved.

2020 Acura NSX gives a nod to the original with new Indy Yellow paintjob image

Honda agrees of course, and they’ve done the NSX proud by bringing a second generation into fruition. But in order to further link the new NSX to the original, they have gone so far as to introduce the 2020 Acura NSX in a shade found in the original: Indy Yellow.

The color, also known as Spa Yellow in some countries, was found in NSX-es manufactured between 1997 to 2003. Spa Yellow was the fifth most popular color choice for those individuals who were lucky enough to purchase the first NSX brand new. Indy Yellow Pearl is classified as a Heritage Color and joins Berlina Black as the second of its kind for the new NSX.

2020 Acura NSX gives a nod to the original with new Indy Yellow paintjob image

Color aside, the updated 2020 Acura NSX still retains its triple electric motor hybrid powertrain mated to a twin-turbo 3.5L V6 which sends power to all four wheels via a dual-clutch 9-speed gearbox.

The new model gives potential owners to join the NSX Insider Experience which allows clients to be involved with the actual build and spec of their NSX. A tour of the Ohio factory as well as a track outing with a professional driver to teach owners how to handle the NSX is also included for the lucky customer who can afford the experience.

2020 Acura NSX gives a nod to the original with new Indy Yellow paintjob image

The new Acura NSX’s Indy Yellow Pearl color option adds an additional $1,000 (Php 51,825) to the already hefty $157,000 (Php 8.1 million) price tag.