The Acura NSX won't go into production until 2015 but that hasn't stopped the company from creating a Rose Bowl Parade float which will be towed by an NSX-inspired "locomotive."

The Acura NSX won't go into production until 2015 but that hasn't stopped the company from creating a Rose Bowl Parade float which will be towed by an NSX-inspired "locomotive."

Set to be driven by ASIMO, the "Keeping Dreams on Track" float will stroll down the streets of Pasadena ahead of the 100th Rose Bowl which will be played by Michigan State and Stanford.

The 274 foot (83.5 meter) long float will actually consist of five different "train" cars including the aforementioned locomotive, a Honda engine car, an ASIMO-inspired car, a car with two massive video monitors and a HondaJet-inspired caboose. The float will also have over 8,980 flowers including 5,900 roses, 2,500 carnations and 580 gerberas.

The float will be powered by an undisclosed hybrid engine that promises to "help the float function more efficiently and reduce its carbon footprint."

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