Basically a Japan Exclusive NA1 Honda NSX with an increased 3.2L Displacement, Lower Weight, Stiffer Suspension, Bigger Brakes and a 6-Speed Manual.
This was the Car that replaced the NA1 NSX Type-R for all intents and purposes in Japan.
The Type-S Zero was more of a track focused model and lacked amenities such as Traction Control, Power Steering, Satnav, Stereo and had less Cabin Sound Proofing which lead to a total weight of around 1280kg (2820lbs). It also featured a new set of 16 and 17 inch BBS Aluminium Rims like the normal Type S but had a Dual-Disc Clutch System on the Transmission isntead of the heavier Dual Mass Flywheel of the standard car.
The increase in Engine Displacement lead to a rather good increase in Power of around 20hp which lead to a 290hp Total (216kw) with 305 N.m of torque (225 lb-ft)
The Stiffer Suspension used on the Zero is actually the same as the one from the Type R but it kept the larger ARB’s of the normal Type-S to make it a bit more responsive.
All the improvements lead to the car being around 1.5s faster around the Suzuka Circuit than the Honda NSX-R it replaced, however, only 30 Type-S Zeros were produced making it the second Rarest NSX behind the NSX-R GT Homogolation Specials.