Lager Corp’s Acura NSX on ADV.1 Wheels: The Return Of A Legend

We give the second-generation Acura NSX a set of ADV10.0 M.V2 Advanced Series wheels, upgrading the rather tame OEM wheel…

We give the second-generation Acura NSX a set of ADV10.0 M.V2 Advanced Series wheels, upgrading the rather tame OEM wheel setup with a gorgeous looking set of custom-made forged wheels

Leave it to our Japanese dealer, Lager Corporation, to do a gorgeous Acura NSX build. And even though we’re all big fans of the NSX, the second generation isn’t a high-selling item like some of its competitors. Namely, in recent years, Honda/Acura sold less than 5,000 units over a three-year period. Sure, some will say that it’s never supposed to be a hot selling item, and we tend to agree. But still, we expect larger numbers of this gorgeous high-performance hybrid to be running on the streets of the world. And while the numbers aren’t that high, there are still Acura NSX owners that love to tune their cars, turning over to our authorized dealers for a big update for their cars.

In true fairness, Honda made a gorgeous looking vehicle with the second-gen NSX. Its body lines are aggressive and futuristic, leaving much less room for improvements than the first-gen vehicle. However, as with most modern high-performance cars, the vision lacked by the wheel designers leaves ample room for improvement. Cue Lager Corporation.

The Japanese tuning company is an authorized ADV.1 Wheels dealer. They’re behind some of the most compelling tuning projects in the Far East in the most recent years and this Acura NSX is no different.

For this build, the tuner went with a set of ADV10.0 M.V2 Advanced Series wheels for their customer. Coming in a two-piece modular configuration, these lightweight forged wheels with a multispoke design are a perfect choice for a high-performance vehicle like this. In this case, the wheels come in sizes of 20×9.5 in the front and 21×12.5 in the rear. They are adorned with a clean Gloss Black finish. Additionally, the customer decided on a 50/50 Exposed Titanium Hardware option. In turn, the dark finish of the wheels accentuates the red large high-performance brake calipers of the NSX, but also, works perfectly with the white/black exterior of the car itself.

For a more detailed look at this Acura NSX build, please take a look at the media gallery right below.