Honda showcases the Concept NSX
|   Monday, January 21, 2013
Honda showcased its concept NSX at the Detroit Auto Show and this vehicle turned out to be a massive head turner. The exterior of the vehicle has not been altered since it was showcased previously, although the interior has received a few touches. The interior was showcased completely for the first time and this was the main attraction at the Honda kiosk at the event.

Needless to say fans went crazy on witnessing the vehicle up close and personal and with the launch of the NSX, Honda has made a serious mark on what future vehicles could look like.
The NSX has a very mean and aggressive exterior design and is best described by the word ‘superb'. This vehicle has been designed keeping in mind the American market, although it will be sold in all major markets across the world.

The NSX has been designed and engineered perfectly and is the best combination of the two. The project has been progressing just as planned and this is good news about the vehicle. The prototype has been designed, although a test run has not been conducted as of yet. The vehicle has been showcased to attract feedback and engineering suggestions to better the vehicle and remarks and reviews are welcome.

The exterior of the NSX has been designed keeping in mind the need of the performance enthusiasts while a futuristic edge has been provided to make this vehicle stand out in the crowd. Honda wants to take the crown for launching the best performance vehicle and the NSX is the first step towards achieving that goal. The vehicle features a lot of carbon fiber and aluminum parts and these are expected to keep the weight to a minimum level.

The interior is the key to this vehicle's heart and Honda plans on making the interior the key between man and machine. The vehicle is driver oriented and packs in all the features that a good performance vehicle must feature. It is torque friendly, aerodynamic and has a great driving position. The vehicle has been built with the solo aim of helping the driver concentrate on driving.

The interior is simple and suave and has every bit of technology that a modern sports car should feature. Electronic assistance measures make this car what it is and the expert panel of engineers takes full credit for the finalization of the project. The NSX will hit the production line in 2015 and the two year wait could be a lot to handle for many.

Honda has not confirmed if the current exterior design will be carried forward to the production model and no news of the final interior has not been disclosed either. As of now the specifications available are the V6 and V8 engine blocks that are expected to power the two models of the NSX and Honda has not confirmed the exact engine displacement as of yet. Torque and BHP figures are also not available and no news of engine tuning is also available.
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