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News: Honda 600 HP NSX replacement
OEM News4BangN writes "Hondaís replacement for the NSX is still more than two years away but a number of key details about the car have been revealed by an inside source at Honda. According to the insider, the styling of the new car will be very similar to the Advanced Sports Car Concept from last yearís Detroit Auto Show and its future price tag will be around the $160,000 mark.

The carís lines will favor efficiency over style, with much of the design derived from Hondaís F1 program. According to Edmunds, a prototype set a blistering Nurburgring lap time of 7m 37s on its first attempt and the final number should easily slip below 7m 30s and into Corvette ZR1 and Nissan GT-R territory.

The key to its performance is high-speed stability. The rear section of the car supposedly acts as a giant rear diffuser, designed to keep the 1,476kg (3,256lb) supercar glued to the road. The other factor in the performance equation is the carís 5.5L V10 engine, which the insider revealed would output upwards of 600hp (450kW) and 433lb-ft (586Nm) of torque. When not at its peak, the engine will be able to deactivate half of its cylinders to save fuel and lower emissions. Drive will be sent to an uprated Super-Handling AWD system via a new six-speed dual-clutch transmission.


They have a video posted here (also the source for the article):
http://www.motorauthority.com/news/supercars/spy-shots-2011-honda-acura-nsx/"
Posted on Tuesday, September 16 @ 16:45:37 CDT by dexter
 
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