The production version of the Honda NSX has been pushed back once again, this time until next spring.
The Honda NSX is one of the most awaited exotic vehicles by car enthusiasts but it seems that if you are one of them, you should be really patient on getting your hands on such a model. According to a recent report, published by Motoring and quoting the senior vice president of Honda Motor Europe, Philip Ross, the production version of the Honda NSX is “in the final stages of development”.
The carmaker’s official went on to say that trial production has begun in Raymond, Ohio, at the company’s facility, but mass production will be kicking off next spring. The first deliveries of the supercar will be made shortly after. Rumor has it that the real factor behind these delays is switching to twin turbocharging for the 3.5 liter V6 engine which used to be naturally aspirated in the concept car.
The unit will be backed up by no less than three electric motors and, despite we don’t exactly know the official output of this assembly, it is believed to put down approximately 600 HP, or even more. The brand new Honda NSX is believed to get a starting price of 115,900 USD, in its U.S.-spec, with the Acura badges covering its body, and to become even more expensive in the European variant. More details on the supercar are limited for the moment and will most likely be announced next sprint, probably in Geneva.