Need for Speed Payback Build of the Week #11 - Acura NSX


This weeks Build of the Week has been revealed, this time revealing a new car to Need for Speed Payback's car list - the Acura NSX.


This space-age looking Acura NSX has been specifically built for built for drag – one of the five car classes in Need for Speed Payback – in order to defeat any rivals they might face on the quarter mile. It has been equipped with a unique front bumper, set of wide fenders, tinted headlights, carbon splitters and skirts, topped off with classic Y-Spoke SSR rims with some deep dish lips.

Down below you can find images as well as this builds current modifications and both its stock and modified performance statistics. Additionally, if you want your own custom viewing angle of the Acura NSX, the Build of the Week post over on EA’s website includes a 360° view around the car for you to catch the perfect screenshot. 

Acura’s new supercar, the NSX has a ‘future-now’ look to it, it’s as high-tech as it gets. What we’ve done is built it for the street! Wide fenders, carbon splitters and skirts add to it’s aggressive look. Adding a set of classic Y-Spoke SSR rims with some deep dish lips makes this NSX different from the rest.

I'm happy to see the Acura NSX make it's way into Need for Speed Payback, as it was one of my suggested cars when thinking of cars to be added to the roster. Thankfully this is yet another new super car that looks to have quite a few options in terms of customization, especially considering this is a drag build.

With only two more weeks of Build of the Week remaining, we could possibly see the reveal of at least one more new car. Let us know down in the comments are you happy to see the Acura NSX appear in Need for Speed Payback, or would you prefer the oldschool Acura NSX from Need for Speed (2015) to be in Payback instead? If you missed any of the previous builds, be sure to check them out down below!

Previous Builds of the Week:

#10 - Audi R8 V10 Plus

#9 – Mercedes-Benz AMG G63

#8 – 1967 Mercury Cougar

#7 – 2016 Jaguar F-Type R Coupe

#6 – 2018 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport

#5 – 2015 Aston Martin Vulcan

#4 – 2007 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX

#3 – 1999 Nissan Skyline GT-R V-SPEC

#2 – 1971 Nissan Fairlady 240ZG

#1 – 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air