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2016 - date
Honda NSX (Mk II)
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Metric   Imperial
Class Supercar
Body 2 Door 2 Seat
Layout Mid Engine
4 Wheel Drive
Transmission 9 Speed Dual Clutch
Number Built  
Type Hybrid
Details V6 Petrol/Electric
214 in3 
Max Power
573 bhp @6500rpm 
Max Torque
476 lb/ft @2000rpm 
Power to Weight
338 bhp/ton 
Torque to Weight
280 lbft/ton 
Specific Output 164 bhp/litre 
Bore x Stroke
Fuel Cons
Top Speed
190 mph 
0 - 30 mph
0 - 60 mph
2.7 sec 
0 - 100 mph
6.4 sec 
0 - 124 mph
0 - 186 mph
30 - 70 mph
Standing qtr Mile
10.9ec @122mph 
60 - 0 mph
0 - 100 - 0 mph
Ring Lap Time  
Lateral Accn  
Drag Cd  
176.0 in 
76.4 in 
47.8 in 
3803 lbs 
Wheels (F/R)
Tyres (F/R)
Fuel Capacity
Pricing (2016)
New Price £130000
Used Price £n/a - £n/a

The long awaited second generation (Acura) NSX has finally arrived and on the face of it, it looks to have been well worth the wait.

Brimming with the latest hybrid petrol/electric technology, the new NSX features a 9-speed dual clutch transmission, four wheel drive and a superb fly by wire braking system. The 3.5 litre V6 outputs around 500bhp, supplemented by two electric motors adding another 73bhp, bringing the total to 573 bhp. The manic acceleration (0-60mph in 2.8 sec) is amazing considering it's relatively modest power to weight, but is helped by the generous 476 lbft of torque available from just 2000rpm.

The NSX is no lightweight at over 1700Kg, but handling is mighty, thanks to torque vectoring, a LSD and active yaw control. Styling wise it is spot on, with a crisp modern feel and wide, aggressive stance. Interior is a techno-fest, with all the electronic gadgets you have come to expect from Japanese supercars.

Competitively priced at around 140,000, it remains to be seen if the NSX can outshine it's rivals and earn the legendary status of it's predecessor.

Overall Rating Money No Object Bargain Rating BHP/ (x1000)
81% 86% 5% 4
Ranks 2 of 771 Ranks 21 of 771 Ranks 231 of 771 Ranks 348 of 771

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