ACURA’S NSX 2016 model expected to go on sale soon will no doubt be a dynamic demon in spite of its hybrid powertrain.
That shouldn’t be a problem, as it will combine a twin-turbo V6 with three additional electric motors, two of which will drive the front wheels individually.
While the overall shape hasn’t changed since the NSX concept cars started floating around, the production version has grown more than three inches in length, one inch in width, and about a half inch in height.
Compared with the original NSX, it is considerably larger, as well, particularly in width, up by 5.1 inches, and wheelbase, which has grown by 11.0 inches.
Its space-frame structure is comprised of aluminum, high-strength steel, and “other advanced materials,” with carbon fiber. The has been refined some more, resulting in a car that looks finished, sophisticated, yet even more extreme.
Up front, the concept’s chunky, five-block headlamps have been replaced by skinny rows of six LEDs underscored by an even thinner strip of LED DRLs, while redesigned ducts and filaments within the fascia have rendered Acura’s much-maligned “power plenum” grille treatment to a mere chrome strip.
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