|Honda NSX '17|
|Appears in||Gran Turismo Sport|
|Max Power||570 BHP|
|Weight||1,780 kilograms (3,900 lb)|
|Power/Weight Ratio||3.12 kg (6.9 lb) per horsepower|
Eight colors are available for this car:
- 130R White
- Casino White Pearl
- Source Silver Metallic
- Curva Red
- Valencia Red Pearl
- Nouvelle Blue Pearl
- Nord Gray Metallic
- Berlina Black
Production of the first NSX ended in 2005, but the 2nd generation NSX appeared as a concept car in 2012. Exactly 3 years later at the 2015 Detroit show, the production car was officially revealed.
The second generation Honda NSX, also known for being a part of the Acura brand in the US, is a mid-engine supercar. It combines aluminium, high tensile steel and other advanced materials of its day with a light-weight body using carbon fibre and other composite materials, as well as an all-aluminium independent suspension.
The engine mounted behind the cockpit is a twin turbo V6 with a dry sump, which is combined with a 9-speed dual clutch transmission with a built-in motor. This is further combined with motors in both the left and right front wheels to complete an electric 4WD system. Named the Sports Hybrid SH-AWD, the system allows torque vectoring which can control deceleration as well as drive force, boosting the ability of the car to trace racing lines while cornering in all speed ranges.
The car is also equipped with an Integrated Dynamic System, which includes 4 modes that allow driving with electric power alone at low speeds, up to a mode that reveals extreme power performance on the circuit.
The 2nd generation NSX, which officially debuted 25 years on from the appearance of the first NSX, is very different in terms of mechanism but is a supercar that inherits the DNA of the first generation model, successfully heightening the expectations of its fans.
This car can be purchased in the Honda section of Brand Central for 200,000 Credits.