Just the other day we showed you some pretty promising footage of the future Honda HSV-10 GT testing at Suzuka in preparation for their debut in Japan’s Super GT racing series. We have come across a few more images of the new Honda race car. Up front the HSV-10 GT has the grin of a chubby sumo wrestler with the vertical LED headlamps making an interesting set of eyes. The HSV-10’s profile is more Z car then NSX, but from what we have sen so far it will be 100% bad ass. From behind the GT’s taillights remind us of the Toyota FT-86 concept’s clusters while the center exit exhaust lets you know that Honda means business. The low slung purpose built prototype is powered by a screaming 3.4 Liter V8, and boy does it sound good, with a maximum output of over 500 HP so that the HSV can compete alongside the other GT500 heavyweights and will use a Ricardo sequential manual gearbox just like the other Japanese big wigs like Nissan and Toyota use in their Super GT machines. As much as we hate to say it, GT-Rs and SC300s be warned.