1990-2005 Acura NSX
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Yes, even Acura got into the basket handle wing act, most notably with their flagship supercar, the NSX. Interestingly, Honda initially worked with Pininfarina on an experimental car in the mid-1980s, dubbed the HP-X for "Honda Pininfarina Experimental." From there, Honda chief designer Masahito Nakano and executive chief engineer Shigeru Uehara (along with input from then-current Honda F1 driver Ayrton Senna) went on to develop what may be the most popular Japanese supercar in history.
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Of all the basket handle wings on other cars to date, the one on the NSX is notable for being the only one to incorporate the taillights into the design.
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The amazing NSX was the first production car ever to feature a full aluminum monocoque body assembly.