The biggest hindrance to the NSX is its pricing, as I feel like people just have a hard time spending that kind of money on an Acura. I agree that options/configurations will be crucial for the C8, but we've already heard whispers of a convertible and manual trans.
Pricing isn't entirely the issue but its rather the performance being offered, its just not up to par with vehicles to the likes of the GT-R.
Purists on the other hand that love the Porsche 918 but can't afford its million dollar price tag will see the NSX as an "affordable 918"
It's odd that for the next generation NSX, Acura thought it was a good idea to make it more expensive lol. I know they've upped some of the standard equipment, but as you guys have mentioned there are better cars for the money.
Even if the NSX never sells in the volume Acura had hoped, it looks like most automakers are going the hybrid/electric route with future super cars. Not sure what kinds of pure electric range we will see, but they will all come with a significant boost to power output.
Its technology is slowly finding its way into other Acura products. The biggest benefit of all has been with the new TLX and RDX fitted with SH-AWD. Except this time around its a next evolution of what past mass market models had.