1991 Acura NSX: Baby Visor
March 15, 2012
Last week, Josh went absolutely bananas over our long-term Camry's sun visors. OK, not really. But our long-term 1991 Acura NSX goes one step further than our Camry by furnishing a Baby Visor above the inner mirror instead of the Camry's slide out extenders.
I prefer the baby visor to the extenders, but honestly it's a rare condition when the sun peeks in between the two visors. However, when this does occur and the sun finds your eyes like a laser beam, it's really annoying and can cause driver distraction. So why not?
I'll bet Futurists in 1991 predicted that sun visors would be power-operated by 2012. I'll check our long-term Audi A8 for that the next time I'm in it. It seems everything else in it is power-operated.
Albert Austria, Senior VE Engineer @ 52,800 miles