The production version of the Honda NSX has finally been introduced in Europe during the Geneva Motor Show
The production version of the Honda NSX has finally been introduced in Europe during the Geneva Motor Show.
Basically a rebadged version of the Acura NSX for North America, the vehicle features a twin-turbo V6 unit with “north of 550 horsepower” that is supported by three electric motors. The so-called Sport Hybrid Super Handling All-Wheel Drive system sends power to all four wheels, using a dual-clutch 9-speed automatic gearbox. Two of the electric motors are used for torque vectoring, while the third one sits at the back between the combustion engine and the transmission.
Riding on 19-inch front and 20-inch rear wheels with 245/35Z R19 front and 295/30Z R20 rear tires, the vehicle benefits from a six-piston front and four-piston rear brake calipers with carbon ceramic discs.
The dial-operated Integrated Dynamic System offers four riding modes - Quiet, Sport, Sport+ and Track, which adjust the settings of the engine, electric motors, gearbox and chassis, as well as the engine sound level. The launch function uses all the electric motors and the V6 units to provide a “zero delay” launch performance.