Honda NSXR Concept 2001 posters

Honda NSXR Concept

The Honda NSX (Acura NSX in North America and Hong Kong) is a sports car produced by the Japanese automaker Honda. Its unique features include a mid-engine, rear-wheel drive layout, an all-aluminium body and chassis, and a V6 engine (the C32B) that produces 216 kW (290 bhp) and 304 N·m (224 ft·lbf) of torque. NSX stands for "New Sports eXperimental". The NSX was in production for 15 years, from 1990 until 2005, when the last cars were made for the European market in September and for North America in December. Honda intended it to be the most expensive Japanese car in many markets. Upon its release, the NSX was a revolutionary design, a first for a Japanese automaker to compete against the traditional European manufacturers and the Chevrolet Corvette. The car was designed using the input of Ayrton Senna. It also served as a showcase for Honda’s racing technology, with its titanium connecting rods. Wheels magazine Australia awarded the Honda NSX the 1991 Car of the Year award. Even today, the NSX has an avid following of fans and supporters, many of whom consider it a supercar due to its styling, body type, drivetrain layout, and handling. Others point out that it is not powerful enough to qualify. Nonetheless, its per-litre specific output of any road going naturally aspirated V6 was the highest in the world for some time. In 2005, Honda CEO Takeo Fukui announced that a new NSX was in development and would include a Formula 1-inspired V10 motor and the SH-AWD (Super Handling All Wheel Drive) drive system. The new NSX is anticipated to be ready in three to four years.

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