The upcoming production version of the Honda NSX has been recently caught on camera while it was being tested out on the famous German track, the Nurburgring.
Honda fans who were worried that the best car they can currently buy is the Accord should be extremely happy to find out that the Japanese based automaker hasn’t given up on the development of a successor of the impressive NSX, which will most likely be called the NSX too. The model in question will be based on the concept car wearing the same name and the test mule has been already caught on camera, on the “Green Hell”, in the video posted below.
The new Honda NSX is believed to become hybrid and it should get the Sport Hybrid SH-AWD system, which first made its debut on the 2014 RLX. The vehicle will get two electric motors, which will power the front wheels independently while the V6 petrol burner will be sending power to the rear wheels. This is expected to come in the shape of the twin-turbo direct injected 37L and it should be connected to a dual clutch with more than six speeds transmission. Rumors are saying that the new NSX will pack approximately 600 HP.
Honda has officially confirmed the European debut of the NSX supercar which will be made at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show and it has also confirmed the rest of the lineup present at the event.
After being shown more than a month ago, at the 2015 NAIAS in Detroit, the brand new NSX is getting ready to ...