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The original Acura NSX was a true engineering marvel when it was launched in 1990. Still considered one of the great Japanese supercars, it rivaled many more expensive European cars of its time.
Acura is now much closer to launching the 2015 NSX and tweeted a photo testing a prototype version of the car at an Ohio race course yesterday. Motor Trend reports, "The new Acura will be powered by a mid-mounted V-6 mated to a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission, with an electric motor driving the rear wheels and the front wheels getting two additional motors for torque-vectoring under acceleration. The power-to-weight ratio should be around or lower than 6 lb/hp to match the Ferrari 458 Italia."
Honda R&D Americas approached HRE to build a custom set of our Competition Series C106 forged wheels for the track test in order to help the car perform at it's best during testing, before its debut parade lap set for August 4th at the "Honda Indy 200" race.
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