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Acura NSX Concept officially unveiled at 2012 Detroit Auto Show
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At the 2012 Detroit Auto Show this week Acura has published ILX with price start $30,000. To conquer the supercar fans, the next-generation Acura NSX Concept has officially unveiled and which is expected to enter the market in the next three years.

President and CEO of Honda Motor Co. Takanobu Ito said, “In this new era, even as we focus on the fun to drive spirit of the NSX, I think a supercar must respond positively to environmental responsibilities.” Ito also revealed that the NSX will be a production model within the next three years and it will be built in an Ohio car plant.

The Acura NSX Concept powered by both a mid-mounted V6 engine(just like the original NSX from the early 1990s) with Honda ’s VTEC system and twin two-mode electric drive motors with adjustable torque control. The SH-AWD system consists of two electric engines which operate independently of each other and can generate positive or negative torque to the front wheels during cornering. In addition, the Honda anticipates the system will deliver handling performance unmatched by previous AWD systems.

“Like the first NSX, we will again express high performance through engineering efficiency. In this new era, even as we focus on the fun to drive spirit of the NSX, I think a supercar must respond positively to environmental responsibilities,” President and CEO of Honda Motor Co., Ltd, who led the development of Honda’s first NSX supercar, speaking at the Detroit Motor Show, Takanobu Ito.

The new Acura NSX will go on sale within three years, but remarkably, the NSX will be developed by Honda R&D Americas and manufactured in Ohio for export around the world.

Photo Acura NSX Concept

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