When the 2012 Pikes Peak International Hill Climb was postponed last month because of the Colorado wildfires, it was met with understanding from a lot of people given the circumstances, but also with hints of disappointment from fans of the event.

But all’s about to be forgiven when the 90th installment of the event kicks off on August 12. One vehicle that comes as a late entry into the party is this insane Acura NSX from the guys over at LoveFab in Traverse, Michigan. We say that word "insane" because the car features a ridiculous engine under its hood in the make of a twin-turbo C96S engine that produces a whopping 850 horsepower.

Needless to say, those numbers are tantamount to what you’d expect from cars that will be participating at Pikes Peak. Will the LoveFab NSX have what it takes to steal the show?

That remains to be seen, but it sure wouldn’t hurt that it has 850 horsepower to lean on to.

Check out videos of LoveFab’s Acura NSX by clicking on the photo above!

  • 2012 Acura NSX Pikes Peak Racer by LoveFab
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qmanlovescars  (13) posted on 12.8.2012

850 hp u got two be kidding me

qmanlovescars  (13) posted on 12.8.2012


qmanlovescars  (831) posted on 08.22.2012

It’s features an engine of a twin-turbo engine that produces a 850 HP. It’s really a tempting zooming piece.

qmanlovescars  (201) posted on 08.21.2012

This is a great opportunity for Acura to tell to their opponents that they should not be taken underestimated.

qmanlovescars  (831) posted on 08.2.2012

I think the when they postponed it, it will be a great advantage to the racer because this will give them time to do some practice.

qmanlovescars  (347) posted on 08.1.2012

This is a great opportunity to show off what Acura can achieve. I hope this will be the way to the rediscovery of their powerful vehicles.

qmanlovescars  (296) posted on 07.29.2012

The wheels might be capable of winning into the Pikes Peak when it resumes.

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