Honda has recently announced its plans to introduce an NSX prototype during the 2014 Goodwood Festival of Speed, which will be tackling the hill climb.
The Japanese based automaker Honda hasn’t forgotten about the new NSX, despite nothing has appeared on the impressive model these past few month, but with the 2014 Goodwood Festival of Speed coming in pretty fast, the company has recently announced its plans to tackle the hill climb with a prototype of the sports car.
“Set for launch in 2015, [the NSX] will take centre stage at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed (27-29 June) when it takes on the world’s most famous hill climb in front of a capacity crowd. The Festival will provide visitors with a rare opportunity to see and hear the all-new version of a supercar whose forebears gained iconic status around the world”, said Honda in its official press release.
The new Honda NSX will come with a three-motor hybrid power train and a mid-mounted direct injected longitudinally placed V6 twin turbo engine. The assembly will be sending power to the Sport Hybrid SH-AWD system through a new dual clutch transmission. The internal combustion engine and one electric motor will be powering the rear wheels while the other two electric motors will be “moving” the front ones. More details on the new Honda NSX remain unknown for the moment.