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The Wolf's Acura NSX From Pulp Fiction: Where Is It Now?
For car lovers, the most memorable scene in Quentin Tarantino’s “Pulp Fiction” is when the character known only as The Wolf races in a car to a location normally a half hour away in under ten minutes. The car in the film is none other than an early 1990s Acura NSX, which is a real-life legend — one that will, sadly, exit production after the 2022 model.
Known for record-setting speeds and power at the time, the NSX is a truly beautiful car that debuted in 1990. No one is completely sure which model year Acura NSX was used in the film, but most agree that it was more than likely from 1992 — a model year that was powered by a 3-liter DOHC V6 engine and came with two transmission options: automatic and 5-speed shift.
Unfortunately, no one really knows where the silver NSX from “Pulp Fiction” is, but a few, unverified possibilities have made the rounds on the internet over the years. Until there is more official information about the car from someone who worked on the movie, or perhaps a representative from wherever the car came, fans will have to remain in the dark.