Could the NSX be in development, and ready for a comeback? One German magazine thinks so. Find out more inside.

The Honda/Acura NSX could be revived as early as 2011, according to AutoBild.  In an unsourced report, the German magazine says that a road-ready version of the HSV-010 GT racecar is being developed to fight the Lexus LFA.

A new version of the supercar was officially cancelled by Honda during the peak of the economic crisis.  At that time, the company announced that they would be eliminating many of their niche market models in favor of vehicles that are broadly accepted worldwide, and can be produced in large volumes.

The magazine says that the production NSX would come with a 5.0-liter V8 engine.  The production version would likely be both narrower and less defined than the race model, and be sold without a rear spoiler.

The Honda HSV-010 GT uses a 3.4-liter V8 engine generating 493 horsepower (500PS, 368 kW).  The race car got its debut earlier this month at Japan's Suzuka Circuit, where two of them crashed out .

Honda/Acura NSX Supercar Could Still be Revived - 2011 Debut Rumoured