2016 Acura NSX Spied Testing in the Wild in Production Ready Red

Sami Haj-Assaad
by Sami Haj-Assaad

The brand new Acura NSX is finally on the way and our spy photographers have caught it testing in production form, meaning it’s completely camo-free.

This mid-engined Japanese sports car has a twin turbo V6, a hybrid gas-electric powertrain, and is expected to make more than 500 hp. You can see that high-tech heart through the rear window. All that power will hit the road through a new super-handling all-wheel drive system, which is paired to a nine-speed dual-clutch transmission.

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The NSX uses a number of high-tech and advanced materials to keep weight down including aluminum and carbon fiber.

These spy photos show off the bright red paint finish of the new NSX and a number of cool carbon fiber trim pieces. You can spot it on the front and rear bumpers, spoiler and some trim bits on the wheels.

This has to be the final look at the car before the production version finally hits showrooms, so take it in and get ready to see the real deal soon. The NSX will be manufactured in Marysville, Ohio.

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  • Chris Voin Chris Voin on Aug 04, 2015

    Those rims make it look like a modern-day Fiero. Fire that guy! Otherwise Very Nice!!!

    • Isend2C Isend2C on Aug 06, 2015

      Did you see that in the beginning pictures it actually has really nice rims? I can't decided if I like those swirly ones, but the ones in the first shots are gorgeous.

  • Paul Heemskerk Paul Heemskerk on Aug 05, 2015

    No @ Regenz, The front of the civic looks like an NSX