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About the NSX:
The second generation Honda NSX (New Sports eXperience), marketed
as the Acura NSX in North America, China and Kuwait, is a
two-seater, all-wheel drive, mid-engine hybrid electric sports car
developed and manufactured by Honda in the United States.
Production began in 2016 and will end in 2022 with the Type S
variant. It succeeds the original NSX that was produced in Japan
from 1990 until 2005.
In December 2007, Honda America's CEO, Tetsuo Iwamura, confirmed to
the automotive press that a new sports car powered by a V10 engine
would make its debut to the market by 2010.The new sports car would
be based on the Acura ASCC (Advanced Sports Car Concept) introduced
at the 2007 North American International Auto Show. With Honda's
CEO Takeo Fukui challenging the developers to make the car faster
than the Nissan GT-R around the N�rburgring. Prototypes of the
vehicle were seen testing on the N�rburgring in June 2008. On
December 17, 2008, Fukui announced during a speech about Honda's
revised financial forecasts that, due to poor economic conditions,
all plans for a next-generation of the NSX had been cancelled.
In April 2011, Automobile magazine reported that Honda was
developing a new sports car to be a successor to the original NSX.
The magazine reported that the car would be exhilarating to drive
but also environmentally friendly. It was expected that the vehicle
will incorporate an electric drivetrain to give the petrol engine a
boost of power.
In December 2011, Acura announced that they would unveil the next
generation of the NSX in concept form at the 2012 North American
International Auto Show. On January 9, 2012, Acura unveiled the
2012 Acura NSX Concept to the general public.
The new concept retained a two-door coupe, mid-engine layout but
with all-wheel drive. The use of a high-tech platform made from
lightweight materials permitted the weight to be low. Power came
from a 3.5-litre V6 engine mounted behind the cockpit, sending its
power to the rear wheels. Acura's SH-AWD incorporates one electric
motor in a dual-clutch transmission to augment the combustion
engine thus forming a hybrid setup. Additionally, two more electric
motors able to instantly send negative or positive torque to the
front wheels during cornering also formed part of the
Acura claimed the resulting all-wheel drive system would provide
better handling and matching acceleration while offering greater
efficiency relative to the naturally aspirated 4.5-litre V8 engine
in the Ferrari 458, the NSX's main competitor at the time.
Mechanically, the second generation of the NSX represents a
significant departure from the first generation since it features a
hybrid electric powertrain. The JNC is a twin-turbocharged
75-degree DOHC 4 valves per cylinder 3.5-litre V6 engine generating
a maximum power output of 500 hp at 6,500-7,500 rpm and 406 lb�ft
of torque at 2,000-6,000 rpm. The engine also includes a dry sump
oil system and the turbochargers can produce boost up to 15.2 PSI,
mated to a three electric motor Sport Hybrid SH-AWD system, a 1.3
kWh lithium-ion battery, and a 9-speed dual-clutch transmission.
The combined maximum output is 573 hp 476 lb�ft of torque.
The car has first generation NSX inspired LED headlights, turn
signals and taillights, optional dry carbon-fiber rear spoiler,
front splitter, rear defuser, side skirts, carbon-fiber roof, over
10 radiators and various amount of vents all over the exterior to
improve downforce and cooling. Structurally, the body utilizes a
space frame design, which is made from aluminum, ultra-high
strength steel, and other rigid and lightweight materials, some of
which are the world's first applications.
The NSX offered with all-aluminum suspension bits, double-wishbone
suspension setup for front and multi-link suspension setup for
rear. Brakes are made up of 6-piston on front and 4-piston on rear
with monoblock calipers on steel brake rotors and optional
carbon-ceramic brake rotors. The NSX also offered with 19x8.5 inch
front and 20x11 inch rear aluminum wheels, with Continental
ContiSportContact tires and optional Pirelli P Zero Trofeo R tires
with sizes of 245/35Z R19 on front and 295/30Z R20 on rear.
The car has a 0 to 60 mph acceleration time of 2.9 seconds and an
electronically limited top speed of 191 mph. In a test conducted by
an automotive publication, the car has completed the quarter-mile
run in 10.85 seconds.
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