If the future Acura NSX will actually look like this, Nissan and Lexus will be in lot of trouble! The V10 supercar looks more aggressive and sportier than the GT-R, and from we could see in the spy shots it looks even better than the future LF-A. I think I’ve just found my dream car!

The car doesn’t have a name yet; what we know is that it will be powered by a 550bhp 5.5-litre V10 with cylinder deactivation technology. That means it will shut down five cylinders when engine load is light, thus reducing fuel consumption and emissions. The engine will be mated by an eight-speed auto gearbox with paddleshifters is on the cards, while hi-tech four-wheel drive will provide the best possible traction.

It will be built on a modified version of the US Acura RL saloon platform and its body will be a mix between aluminium and steel to reduce weight.

The car will go on sale in 2010/2011 at a price (for UK) of £90,000 (est.).

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Source: AutoExpress

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6 comments:

  (1) posted on 05.21.2011

look just like hyundai genesis coupe .......i dont think it will faster than nissan gtr ......i think nissan gtr is much much more aggressive from any angle.the 2012 gtr is only 92k , and new acura NSX will be nearly 160k. I just dont think that NSX will be twice good as GT-R

AK47  (1024) posted on 06.30.2008

More agressive than the GT-R? I don’t think so. I honestly hope this isn’t the design, it reminds me of the Hyundai Triburon.

AK47  (47) posted on 06.26.2008

Anyone else thinks it looks a lot like the LF-A?

BMWM6  (488) posted on 06.26.2008

great car im gonna pick up the 2002 version next week and i am looking forward to adding this one to my collection when it comes out

BMWM6  (520) posted on 06.26.2008

that looks fantastic, a really great job! i only hope that the performance will mach the looks smiley

BMWM6  (47) posted on 06.26.2008

Looks sharp. I definitely like it. I’d ditch the fender vents, though. Looks like what I’d always hoped the future S16 Silvia would look like.

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