2020 Acura NSX 0-60 and Quarter Mile Times
The 2020 Acura NSX comes equipped with a 3.5-liter V-6 that makes 573 hp @ 6500 rpm and 476 lbs.-ft. @ 2000 rpm of torque. The car takes 3 seconds to reach 60 MPH from a standstill while it is able to run a quarter-mile in 11.2 seconds. All the trims are powered by the same engine, hence, there is no change in the performance figures as you go up the trims.
2020 Acura NSX 0-60 and Quarter Mile all Trims
|Trim Name||0-60 MPH||Standing 1/4-mile||Braking (60 - 0 MPH)|
|2dr Coupe AWD (3.5L 6cyl Turbo 9AM)||3 sec||11.2 sec||94 ft.|
When it comes to the initial acceleration, the 2020 Acura NSX goes head-to-head with the rivals. It may not be the fastest but it certainly isn’t the slowest either. You have enough rumble to get you on freeways and more. Apparently, the 2020 Acura NSX quickly covers up its ground and takes only 11.2 to reach the quarter-mile mark making it the fastest car to do so in its segment.
During our emergency braking test, 2020 Acura NSX takes forever to come to a complete stop. The brake pedal is on the tighter side and the feedback is minimal. Even though the car stops in a no-nonsense manner it is relatively the slowest to stop from 60MPH to zero amongst the competitors. The 2020 Nissan GT-R takes a meager 94 feet to halt from 60MPH which is a lot quicker than any other rival in the segment.
2020 Acura NSX vs. Competitor's 0-60 and Quarter Mile
|Car Name||0-60 MPH||Standing 1/4-mile||Braking (60 - 0 MPH)|
|2020 Acura NSX||3 sec||11.2 sec||103 ft.|
|2020 Jaguar F-TYPE SVR Coupe||3.5 sec||11.2 sec||-|
|2020 Audi R8||3.8 sec||11.5 sec||96 ft.|
|2020 Nissan GT-R||2.8 sec||11.2 sec||94 ft.|