The Japanese based automaker Honda is planning to introduce the NSX Concept at the 2012 Detroit Motor Show.
The fact that Honda is planning to produce a new generation of the NSX model is no longer a surprise for us, after talking about this a while ago, but what we didn’t know is that the Japanese car manufacturer will introduce a concept version of the new generation at the upcoming 2012 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, which will debut in January. According to the guys over at autoexpress.co.uk, the concept version of the NSX will be shown as an Acura, the company’s North American arm, but the model will come as a Honda once it will arrive in Europe.
Our source is also telling us that the Honda NSX Concept will be powered by a 3.5 liter V6 engine which will “move” one axle, while a pair of electric motors will power the other axle, which means that the model will have four-wheel drive and a hybrid layout, with a total output of over 400 horsepower. The final production form of the Honda NSX’s new generation is expected to make its debut sometimes in 2013, and the vehicle has all the chances of hitting the dealerships within the next couple of years.