Acura has released some more details on the brand new 2016 NSX as the model will be hitting the assembly line this fall.
The brand new Acura NSX is being placed into the spotlights once again, after being officially presented to the public during the 2015 NAIAS in Detroit back in January, this time with the help of some new details which have been released by the carmaker. According to the company, the long awaited Acura NSX is coming with no less than ten air-cooled heat exchangers, with twin intercoolers installed in the side intakes and with three radiators. The model is also getting the first 3D-formed A-pillar which, according to Acura, is providing “class-leading rigidity and crash performance”.
The most important part of the supercar is found under its hood where the 3.5 liter twin turbo V6 engine is resting. This is being connected to the SH-AWD system which is also including the brand new 9-speed dual-clutch transmission, along with a rear-mounted electric motor which has been positioned between the transmission and the internal combustion engine. In the front, there are another two electric motors for dynamic torque vectoring. The NSX should reach 100 km/h in less than 4 seconds and it will be going against rivals such as the Porsche 911 Turbo, the Ferrari 488 GTB, the Audi R8 V10, the Lamborghini Huracan, McLaren 570S and so on. Additional details on the supercar are still limited at this time and will probably be announced this fall, when it is scheduled to hit the assembly line.