It's been kind of a while since we've heard anything about the upcoming 2015 Acura NSX, but the folks at Honda are still apparently hammering away at their hybrid supercar. And now they've released some actual performance targets: Ferrari 458 performance for an Audi R8 price tag. Sound familiar?
Okay, Honda fanboys. Prepare your jimmies, they're about to get rustled. In addition to the (supposedly) forthcoming 2015 Acura NSX and the recently greenlit Honda S660 baby roadster, Honda is reportedly preparing an S2000 successor to slot between them — but it will be radically different from the last one.
The 2015 Acura NSX! Honda swears up and down that the much-teased successor to the greatest Japanese car ever made will be a real thing next year. For serious. Really!
The painfully slow rollout of the 2015 Acura NSX continues as Honda spilled some more details about what's actually going to power the car when it eventually goes on sale. Hint: it's turbocharged.
We always like to talk about a car being awesome or amazing or even "the hottest," but so far we haven't come up with a good way to use all that heat. Lucky for us, Honda figured out that you could just use its new sports car, which will be debuting here as the 2015 Acura NSX, to make tea. A lot of tea.
Details remain fairly scarce about the new Acura NSX supposedly headed to production next year, but we now know one thing from its recent showing at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course: it should be faster than a Honda Accord.
After years of promises, we've finally seen the new Acura NSX in motion at the Mid Ohio Sports Car Course. And it sounds unbelievably good. Of course, that means people think it's fake. It isn't. At all.
If there is one country that is famous for copyright infringement and knockoffs, it's China. That means that the Chinese patent office is not the place to put something that you want to keep secret.