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Here Is Everything That Will Make The Acura NSX GT3 Completely Insane

Screencap via Racer
Screencap via Racer

The new Acura NSX isn’t just a pretty face—they’re taking it racing. Realtime Racing driver Ryan Eversley and Honda development driver Peter Kox have been testing out the new NSX GT3 and know everything Acura did to turn it into a hopefully competitive race car. Let’s have a look!


It’s got the stock engine, stock turbo, and stock door handles, but a lot more aerodynamic tricks, and it’s much lower. It’s about a foot lower than Realtime Racing’s current TLX-GT race car, to be exact. Oh—and no more hybrid system. That sounds very compelling.


I’ll miss seeing Realtime’s casually insane big four-door sedan racing against the usual, expected sports cars, but it’s about time Honda-cura had their own ultra-cool GT3 car. More. More!

Let’s not forget those smaller rear-view mirrors, though. That’s some hearty smack talk for a car that hasn’t raced yet! Here’s hoping Eversley doesn’t have to eat those words.

Moderator, OppositeLock. Former Staff Writer, Jalopnik. 1984 "Porschelump" 944 race car, 1971 Volkswagen 411 race car, 2010 Mitsubishi Lancer GTS.

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Honest question... whats the cost difference of this Vs. the TLX race car? i kind of assume they “start” with an NSX to make this, so the base price is MUCH higher then starting with a TLX.... what justifys the extra $100,000?