2016 Acura NSX Spied for First Time at the Nürburgring

2016 Acura NSX Spied for First Time at the Nürburgring

New spy photos rolled in today showing a car we have been waiting on for quite some time, the all-new 2016 Acura NSX. 

The first next-generation Acura NSX concept made its debut in Detroit back in 2012, and the car spotted today at the Nürburgring seems to carry over about 95 percent of that original design. A few noticeable changes are a slightly revised front fascia and new hood vents over the front wheel arches.

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A mid-mounted twin-turbo V6 provides grunt through a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission, but that won’t be the only power source. Each front wheel will have its own electric motor powering it as part of Acura’s Super-Handling All-Wheel Drive Setup, known as SH-AWD. There will also be another electric motor in the rear and all together, the system should add up to around 500 hp.

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Honda has set the bar high for the new NSX, benchmarking it against cars like the Ferrari 458, McLaren MP4-12C and the Audi R8. Acura previously said that the car will cost somewhere in Porsche 911 territory, which carries a range starting from about $80,000 up to $180,000. Wherever the price tag lands, Acura claims that this will be a great performance bargain.

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Discuss this story at our Acura NSX Forum

  • Shiratori1

    Looks good.

  • Rickers

    Glad to see it’s finally heading to production.

  • Felix James

    I didn’t now it was going to be twin-turbo too! Now I’m getting excited!

  • FerrariSlayer

    If they can keep the price at or around $100,000, this will be a new supercar killer. Stand aside GT-R!

  • Honda freak

    I never heard about twin turbo but if its true, it will be AWESOME.
    Unless is a tipo.

  • Carlos Mendez

    los espejos exteriores son muy feo del acura nsx


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