While the road car never made it to production, the project wasn’t entirely abandoned. It served as a foundation for the HSV-010 GT race car that debuted for the 2010 motorsport season. A replacement for the NSX Super GT, it won both the team’s and driver’s championships in the Super GT series. Unlike the V10 road car before it, the track-only machine used a naturally aspirated 3.4-liter V8 with about 500 horsepower.