2016 Acura NSX Teased Before 2015 NAIAS Debut
The 2016 Acura NSX is coming! We already knew that the supercar will be introduced at the 2015 NAIAS, but now the freshly released teaser images reveal how the production version of the 2016 NSX will look. Of course, they won’t reveal all about the car before the Detroit debut, but what we can see from the teaser photos and video is really promising. It seems that the production model won’t be drastically different from the NSX concept which was unveiled in Detroit back in 2012. The premiere of the 2016 Acura NSX is scheduled for January 12th.
This advanced supercar will provide amazing performance which will come with a price tag which won’t be so high in comparison with the competitors. Since the 2016 NSX will be the brand’s halo car, it must have incredible specs.
Mr. Mike Accavitti, Acura division senior vice president and general manager said in a statement:
“The NSX will serve as the ultimate expression of Acura performance that is fueling a reenergized brand.”
It’s powered by a hybrid setup which consists of three electric motors and a V6 combustion engine. While two of those electric motors power front wheels, the third motor helps the twin-turbo V6 mill in generating power for the rear wheels.
The 2016 Acura NSX also comes with the already-famous SH-AWD system. That’s an acronym which stands for Super-Handling All-Wheel-Drive system; this special system will improve the sports car’s performance. The automaker is sure that the 2016 NCX is a true supercar which can compete with all the other rivals. Mr. Accavitti said:
“The next-generation NSX will deliver a ‘new sports experience’ true to its heritage and to the supercar concept that originally gave rise to the name NSX.”
The 2016 Acura NSX has been developed mostly in Raymond, Ohio, where the Acura North American Research and Development center is located. They are going to manufacture the impressive supercar in Marysville, Ohio.
As we already said, the premiere of the 2016 Acura NSX will be held at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show and it’s scheduled for January 12th at 11:50 AM EST.