However, its great driving and handling characteristics made it a darling of race car drivers and super car enthusiast. An all-new model is set to take its place 25 years after the maiden debut of the first generation NSX. The new NSX is a mid-engine sports hybrid supercar designed to match other competitors in the supercar segment.
|Original Acura NSX|
Every element of the exterior body design has been carefully fashioned for total airflow management in order to improve stability and engine cooling. The production version of the NSX features a number of significant changes from concept to final body design, including modified bonnet vents, new front fender vents, modified side air intakes, and an optimized deck spoiler compared to the concept car showcased in 2012.
|View from the top|
|2012 Acura NSX concept|
The two extra motors are used to drive the front wheels. The Acura NSX utilizes a fully independent, all-aluminum front and rear suspension, just like the first generation model. The Acura NSX rides on light alloy 19-inch front and 20-inch rear wheels. Stopping power is provided by the large carbon ceramic discs concealed behind the light allow rims.
|Driver focused interior|
The system adjusts engine, motor, transmission and chassis response, as well as the engine sound level, based on the needs of the driver and driving environment. Quiet mode enables electric-only driving at lower speeds for short durations. Dynamic vehicle responses become increasingly sharp as the driver moves from Sport to Sport+ mode and, finally, to Track mode, where the NSX delivers its full performance credentials.
|Rear LED lights pay homage to the original NSX|