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2015 Honda NSX Wallpapers

2015 Honda NSX Wallpapers
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There seems to be a new invention in teasercountry: before you make a model on the market, you should first go to the ‘concept’ race. Toyota did it all with the FT/GT86, and there were rumores they would walk the same path with the Honda NSX. The NSX is still a concept car. This fits perfectly in the vein of today’s automotive industry, the run-up to an introduction for years to stretch. By the time the car comes on the market, the U.S. is already two presidents further, Michael Schumacher will be grandfather and Vitesse champion.

Without joking: if all goes well, we see the NSX in model year 2015 as a production model, probably with a 3.5-liter V6 mid-engine assisted by two electric motors. A hybrid so damn agile, because the second generation NSX has big shoes to fill. It will inevitably with an eye to the Nissan GT-R will be considered, although the cars are not exactly identical. The NSX will compensate it’s lack of raw power with lightness.

Before that time, enthusiasts are likely to meet with a NSX racer. For where could you better start with the product launch of a sports car than a racing class? The rumors were fueled earlier this week at the American SpeedTV, but for whatever race class it will apply remained unclear. It would be a Japanese, but van also be a U.S. class. The Honda / Acura will also be produced outside of Japan, at an Acura factory in Ohio. (via Inside Line)

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