Following its debuts this week at NAIAS, the second generation Acura NSX has now received the speculative Type R digital treatment.

Following its debuts this week at NAIAS, the second generation Acura NSX has now received the speculative Type R digital treatment.

A few days ago X-Tomi Design applied a targa conversion on the new NSX and now he decided to envision a Type R version which is probably in the works. The company’s chief engineer already hinted at a higher specification version which is probably 2-3 years away and will come with added power wrapped around in a more aggressive design as depicted in this digital interpretation.

Acura still hasn't provided final technical specifications of the $150,000 standard model but at least we know the twin-turbo V6 together with the three electric motors have a combined output of more than 550 bhp (410 kW). It will be enough to grant the all-wheel drive supercar with a 0-60 mph (0-96 km/h) run in less than 4 seconds while the top speed hasn't been specified yet for Fernando Alonso’s future car.

Acura NSX Type R rendered, will eventually happen