|Honda weider HSV-010 (SUPER GT) '11|
|Appears in||Gran Turismo 5 (DLC)|
Gran Turismo 6
|Type in GT5||Premium|
|Interior in GT6||Detailed|
|Engine||GT500-spec HR10EG based on the Formula Nippon HR10E|
|Max Power||493 BHP|
|Performance Points||572 PP|
|Max Torque||289.3 lb-ft|
|Weight||1,100 kilograms (2,400 lb)|
|Power/Weight Ratio||2.23 kg (4.9 lb) per horsepower|
The car appears to be the #1, driven by Japanese Takashi Kogure and Frenchman Loïc Duval, who achieved a 3rd place finish in the GT500 Driver's Championship and GT500 Team's Championship in the 2011 Super GT season.
"The ultimate cornering machine, driven by Takashi Kogure and Loic Duval."
Between 1997 and 2009 the Honda NSX-GT competed in a total of 106 races in the All Nippon GT Championship and the Super GT series, with a record of 50 pole positions and 37 wins.
Though everyone is familiar with the Honda NSX, its successor in the Super GT GT500 class was a car that no one has ever seen before: the HSV-010 with no equivalent base model available in commerce. There were initial rumors that this might have been served as a preliminary research model for the development of the next generation NSX, but no official announcements have been made.
The HSV-010 GT was powered by anHR10EG 3.4 liter V8 engine, an improved version of the HR10E used in Formula Nippon and its rear wheel drive. Constructed to meet the GT500 regulations for 2009, it received the JAF-GT500 basic vehicle certification registration approval and started racing in 2010.
The weider HSV-010 GT is the car of the Dome, from one of Honda's works teams. With drivers Takashi Kogure and Loic Duval, it immediately achieved the pole position in the first race and went on to win its second race. It showed great strength as a superb cornering machine, and continued to gain points throughout the season. It ultimately took both the team and driver titles in 2010.
They continued to race with the same team setup in 2011. As for the car, radiators were implemented on the vehicle to optimize the weight distribution, further improving its already incredible cornering performance. Though it won round 3 and 5, it fell a step short of the Nissan GT-R's which had gained both speed and reliability, and they ended 3rd in the series. However this was still the best result by all Honda teams in this season.
This car can't be obtained until the player purchase the relevant DLC pack from the PlayStation Store. Upon doing so, the car is automatically placed in the player's garage. Further copies of the car can be purchased for 980,000 Credits from the Honda dealership.
This car can be purchased for 980,000 Credits. It is a detailed car.
- ↑ Miswritten as "a" in the game.