When Honda announced that they would present the NSX supercar, everybody assumed that it would be a recreation of the original model. However, Honda pulled a very interesting trick and used a classic and widely-recognizable name but introduced a supercar of the future, which showed just how the industry had advanced since the last NSX was available.
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The modern NSX is truly a marvel of technology that is astonishing with its capabilities, design, and performance. It is a significant departure from the original NSX concept with an all-wheel-drive train and hybrid technology. Even though the displacement is the same (3.5-liters), the modern NSX engine is a twin-turbo unit combined with three electric motors delivering an overall power output of 573 hp and 476 lb-ft of torque.
However, even though advanced technology is impressive, it needs to prove itself where it counts. The 2.9 seconds 0 to 60 mph time and 193 mph top speed put it firmly amongst the best current supercars. But the handling and driving dynamics make it one of the most exciting cars to drive fast due to its intelligent all-wheel-drive system and a hybrid powertrain. The new NSX managed to break records for the world’s fastest hybrid vehicle and delivers a unique driving experience to all those who are brave enough to reach its limits on the track.