Expect to be approached and explained that you’ve just talked about one of the vehicles that define the performance segment. Produced in limited numbers between 1990 and 2005 and one of Ayrton Senna’s best friends, the vehicle is a mid-engined creature
The NSX was sent to performance vehicle heaven back in 2005, as Honda was planing to release a successor for the car, which was supposed to be powered by a V10 engine. The company’s U.S. CEO, Tesuo Iwamura, even promised that the automotive producer will offer a new incarnation of the NSX that would use a V10 powerplant. The vehicle was supposed to be coming our way. Obviously, this isn’t going to happen and we may have to wait a good number of years before we see a new NSX on the road. Let’s just hope that if they do release it, it won’t be some sort of electric nonsense.
Regardless of the company’s failing to keep its promises, the automotive world is still thrilled when hearing the NSX name. You want the proof? Here it is. The Format67 team has created 6 minutes and 17 seconds of NSX greatness.
The website has released a video showing the car in all its glory, allowing everyone to see that the NSX can be both a Nurburgring blitzer and a creator of emotions. Enjoy!