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2017 Honda NSX: $420,000 driveaway price tag tipped for hybrid supercar

Honda Australia is yet to officially confirm local pricing for the much-hyped 2017 Honda NSX, however, CarAdvice has learned that the single-specification NSX destined to reach Australian buyers before the end of the year will likely be priced at $420,000 drive-away...

Honda NSX-based EV Concept to race in 2016 Pikes Peak Hill Climb

An electric race car based on the second-generation Honda NSX will compete in the Pikes Peak Hill Climb this weekend. The EV Concept ditches the 3.5-litre turbocharged V6 and nine-speed dual-clutch transmission from the production NSX in favour an electric Twin Motor Unit on each axle. With a total of four electric motors, the concept is able to independently allocate torque to each wheel...

2017 Honda NSX to tackle Pikes Peak International Hill Climb

Japanese car maker Honda has today announced its NSX supercar will make its North American racing debut at the upcoming Pikes Peak International Hill Climb. In the famed race - which celebrate its 100th anniversary this year - Honda will run two of its American-built NSX supercars in the time attack 1 and 2 classes, driven by brothers James and Nick Robinson...

2017 Honda NSX aerodynamics detailed

Now that the first production Honda NSX has been ushered out the door of its specialist factory in Ohio, Honda has detailed some of the work it has put into optimising airflow around its hybrid supercar. Dubbed the 'total airflow management' concept by Honda, the goal for the aerodynamicists and designers working on the NSX was to simultaneously optimise downforce, reduce drag, maximise cooling, and figure out how best to get rid of excess heat...

2017 Honda NSX could land at $325,000

Interest in the highly-anticipated 2017 Honda NSX continues to grow, with talk of local dealers now taking deposits from customers keen to get the supercar in their driveway as soon as possible. Now, pricing for the hybrid supercar appears to have also been confirmed...

Honda NSX GT3 New York reveal signals 2017 racing intent

With interest in GT-level motorsport ever increasing, Honda is the latest brand to make clear its racing intentions with the New York motor show unveiling of its Honda NSX GT3 racer. Clearly stamped with its North American ‘Acura’ branding, the Honda NSX GT3 race car revealed at this week’s 2016 New York International Auto Show is set to tackle the North American GT3 category from 2017...

2017 Honda NSX production to begin in late April

After a six month delay, production of the second-generation Honda NSX will begin towards the end of April. Unlike the original NSX, which was built in Japan, the new hybrid second-generation model will be produced by Honda USA at a purpose-built factory in Ohio, dubbed the Performance Manufacturing Center, that employs around 100 people...

2017 Honda NSX to be priced "at the very premium end" of the market

Australian pricing for the 2017 Honda NSX hybrid sports coupe is yet to be confirmed, but buyers who are expecting a bargain from the Japanese brand had better think again. The Honda NSX’s advanced drivetrain includes a longitudinally mounted twin-turbocharged 3.5-litre V6 petrol engine producing 373kW and 550Nm behind the seats...

2016 Honda New Cars

Details of the new and updated Honda models launching in Australia in 2016.   Honda Civic - mid-2016 Honda’s all-new Civic sedan, previewed with a muscly concept in mid-2015 and unveiled in production form in September, should make its way to Australia in mid-2016...

Honda NSX family tipped to include Type R, convertible variants

The all-new Honda NSX will grow from a single model to a supercar family over the car’s lifecycle. Honda NSX large project leader Ted Klaus told CarAdvice his team created the high-performance hybrid coupe to be versatile, allowing the brand to keep the car fresh and interesting with the addition of spin-off variants...

Honda NSX to target buyers upgrading from Porsche 911, says project boss

The Honda NSX is the car for people who are sick of their Porsche 911, says the man in charge of the reborn Japanese supercar’s development. Honda NSX large project leader Ted Klaus believes the new high-performance hybrid coupe will appeal to owners of Porsche’s iconic sports car asking the question: ‘What’s next?’ “Do they go Audi R8? Do they get a special 911?” Klaus pondered...