Honda’s President Takanobu Ito confirmed recently that development of the spiritual successor to the discontinued Acura NSX continues. However, despite rumors over the years, Acura Dealers In Connecticut tell us the new model will not features a V10 engine, as it will be an efficient supercar designed for the times.
Speaking at the Shanghai Motor Show, Ito said that the new model will be exhilarating to drive, but it will also be environmentally friendly.
According to Acura Dealer Washington DC, few concrete details are known about the upcoming NSX, but it’s expected to use an electric drivetrain to give the gasoline engine a boost. Additionally, the car will be positioned as a high-performance counterpart to the two-seat Honda CR-Z sporty hybrid.
Ito’s successor had stopped development on the NSX amid cost-cutting efforts. According to CT Acura, that version featured a front-mounted V-10 engine turning out at least 500 horsepower.