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.


Source: Motors Blog

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  (555) posted on 01.26.2010

Looking at the car, it seems to outrun all its opponents inside the track. And even if it is running that fast, you can still see how beautiful it is. It is
like a car with a beast inside it.

  (859) posted on 01.5.2010

Well I think GT-R knew about that news and I’ve heard that they also have a concept on launching a new machine that can be an alternative for the GT-R that beat up some big GT brands. Of course I know the capability of this car and I have no question about that but to warn Nissan, that’s too "amateurish".

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