Hagerty Insurance, a company that insures collectible automobiles, polled its customers to see which of today's cars collectors would want in the future.
Acura NSX
Acura NSX
The NSX is the only vehicle in Hagerty's "Future Collectibles" list that's not currently produced. Acura stopped making the NSX after the 2005 model year. Parent company Honda is working on a successor vehicle.

A little-known V6-powered sports car from Honda's luxury division, the NSX is aimed at a younger generation of performance car buyers who grew up in a world where "Japanese car" didn't always mean "cheap and boring."

The NSX never changed much after its introduction in 1990 and sales had started to trail off. But it should do well in the collector market, said McKeel Hagerty, because of its unique status as a rare Japanese semi-exotic.

FJ Cruiser

Mini Cooper

Lotus Elise

Dodge Viper

Acura NSX

Scion xB

Audi TT

Jaguar XK

Chrysler 300

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