Honda has brought the brand new NSX supercar to the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, where the model was wearing a red paint on its body for its European premiere.
Europeans now have the chance of seeing the brand new Honda NSX in the flesh during the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, as the carmaker has brought it to the event. The brand new supercar shown in Switzerland is wearing an appealing red finish on its body which may tell us that it has what it needs in order to go up against some Italian supercar manufacturers.
The new generation of the Honda NSX may be here in its final form, but that doesn’t mean that it’s ready just yet for the assembly line as rumor has it that this might be put into production close to the end of this year or even in 2016. The brand new Japanese exotic ride is bringing an evolutionary styling which is making it look instantly like a Honda sports car.
The model in question has a twin turbo V6 engine under its hood, which is capable of producing more than 550 HP, as the company is stating. Details are not stopping here because the internal combustion unit is backed up by three electric motors, with two of them mounted up front for torque vectoring and one fitted to the rear, between the brand new 9-speed auto gearbox and the V6 unit. Power is then sent to both axles forming the Sport Hybrid Super Handling All-Wheel Drive. No performance details have been announced yet.