The current generation of the Honda NSX will no longer be part of the catalog in 2022. It will nevertheless be replaced in the coming years.
This is news that should sadden fans but is to be expected. The Honda NSX will soon no longer be part of the catalog of the Japanese brand. If the firm has not officially announced this news, it is by looking at the prices for the coming year that we notice the absence of the supercar, which has simply disappeared from the range. Launched in 2016 and arrived in France in 2018, the Japanese sportswoman was starting, it is true, to age, after five years of marketing. But despite its advertised price of over € 200,000, it had managed to meet with some success around the world.
A replacement in the program
As a reminder, the current Honda NSX has a V6 3.5 liter biturbo in the rear central position, associated with three electric motors, then developing a total power of 580 horsepower and a maximum torque displayed at 645 Nm. All this is then sent to the four wheels, via a dual-clutch gearbox and nine reports. A beautiful mechanism which then allows it to achieve 0 to 100 km / h in less than three seconds, for a top speed exceeding 300 km / h.
But that fans are reassured, a replacement is indeed on the program, as confirmed by the vice-president of Acura, Jon Ikeda, to our colleagues at The Drive a few months earlier. He then asserted that “ there will be another NSX », Without specifying its engine. However, everything suggests that this will be 100% electric…
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