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Cause Of Honda NSX Prototype Fire At The Nürburgring Identified

A Honda NSX Prototype recently burst into flames when being tested hard at the Nürburgring. According to World Car Fans‘ sources, the fire started in the back of the vehicle when two batteries exploded. 39 more words

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Acura pushes NSX to the limits on the Nürburgring... Literally

Not long ago, we brought you spy shots of a production-ready Acura NSX on Germany’s Nürburgring racetrack. Now, just two days later, the Acura NSX prototype has met its untimely death, and it was a painful one. 134 more words

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New Honda NSX Prototype Goes Up In Flames At The Nürburgring

A Honda NSX prototype had went up in flames while being tested at the Nürburgring. The fire started in the engine compartment and the entire vehicle was consumed by the flames within a short period of time. 14 more words

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New acura tl sedan hd picture wallpaper for 2014

Many people are looking for this amazing picture of acura tl sedan hd picture wallpaper. Make sure that you download it now for your laptop. 103 more words

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THINK perfect drive, part 2

Follow Ed Crane from KFBK News Radio (92.5FM / AM1530) once again as he tours The Niello Company dealerships on his journey to find the perfect drive in his video series… 839 more words

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Spied: production-bodied Acura NSX on the Nürburging

Clearly, Germany’s Nürburgring race track has been very busy lately, from a Ford Mustang SVT prototype spy, to a Tesla Model S lap, to today’s addition: spy shots of the upcoming Acura NSX supercar, this time with a production-ready body!

These spy shots show a car still fully covered in camouflage, but important production-ready details are appearing, such as actual head- and taillights, as well as grille covers. This leads our spy photographers to believe that this could be a production version of the NSX.

The upcoming NSX will not just be a regular supercar, but a hybrid supercar. Making use of Acura’s Sport-Hybrid SH-AWD system, a mid-mounted, twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter VTEC V6 engine will be coupled to a trio of electric motors – one mounted with the seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission, and two mounted at the front wheels. The gas engine and first electric motor will power the rear wheels; the other two motors will provide some extra oomph by sending power to the front wheels.

The majority of the details are still unrevealed, but Honda projects that the engine-electric motor combination will produce around 500 horsepower. Also, Honda’s CEO is certain that it will represent the future of performance under the Acura name, delivering exciting driving dynamics, while also succeeding to over-comply with emissions and economy standards.

Stay tuned to our blog for more details as the NSX gets closer to rolling off the production line in Ohio, and hitting the market sometime in 2015, likely as a 2016 model.

Images © KGP Photography, worldcarfans.com, and LeftLane News

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Sorcery Attire

I must say, besides a stock bodied NSX, I think the Sorcery Passlimit kit is definitely one of my favorite look for the NSX. And even with a stock wing this kit looks bad ass!

Photos via MINKARA



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