Honda is focused on the development of a new model to succeed the NSX.
Planned for 2008, Honda NSX should benefit from its experiment in F1 by proposing a V10 engine for the new car.
This addresses the single largest complaint about the original NSX, which has always been its lack of power. Just like the old one, will be a technological window for Honda "This new sports car will be the first of a new generation" concluded the director of Honda, Takeo Fukui. With the V10 the new NSX will be the most powerful honda ever made.The carmaker is aiming for the top in producing engines. The new Honda/Acura NSX will move upmarket, and will target Aston Martin. 2008 NSX II will offer a 4.5 Liter V10 and a 3.6 V6 , all wheel drive with prices around $100,000.
The mid-engine Honda HSC concept from the 2003 Tokyo show the way toward the next NSX. The use of Honda’s "Super Handling AWD" system is also a possibility. SH-AWD is capable applying a greater percentage of overall torque to the rear wheels in aggressive driving situations. The SH-AWD technology is fantastic for high performance vehicles. The technology was first used on Acura’s RL model. It worked so well, that they have decided to apply the technology to some of their more high-performance vehicles. Honda plans to raise its global sales by nearly 25 percent over the next three years to four million vehicles a year.Its strategy is based around offering clean, economical models, more hybrids and alternative-fuel vehicles.
The old one Honda ended production of the NSX in 2005, 15 years after the first NSX was built. The last cars were built in September for the European market and December for North America. For most of its life, it was the most expensive Japanese car in many markets.