The first 2017 model Acura NSX rolled off the assembly line this week in Ohio. And let's be perfectly honest here — most of us probably don't have $156,000 to shell out for this little slice of heaven. But if you do, know this:

You'll be able to run Android Auto on it.

2017 Acura NSXThe first serial production 2017 Acura NSX. (Credit: Acura)

That news was tucked into the initial press releases, but Google this week updated its list of cars that'll run its answer to crappy infotainment systems. So that makes it officially official and gives us all the reason we need to post a pic of this thing.

Dibs on the review unit.

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