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Detroit Auto Show Reveal: 2016 Acura NSX: Comments

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After three years and about 17 different concept variations (at least that what it feels like), Acura has finally revealed the 2016 NSX.

The NSX is slightly larger than the original concept shown - about 3 inches longer and 0.6 inches higher, but retains the shape with sharp lines, a mean front snout, and sharp looking wheels. The body is comprised by a number of materials such as aluminum, carbon fiber, Inside is a minimalistic approach with a small number of controls for the infotainment and climate control.

Power comes from a hybrid layout which is made up of a new twin-turbo V6 and three electric motors. Power output is estimated to be 550-plus. A new nine-speed dual-clutch automatic and SH-AWD system gets the power to the road. There's also a Integrated Dynamic System which adjusts the behavior of the engine, transmission, and drivetrain to produce an almost quiet car to one which will get your heart pumping.

"Our commitment was to create an all-new NSX that is true to the heritage of NSX—a supercar that delivers a new driving experience, one where every part of the vehicle is respectful of the smartest part of the car, the driver. The soul of a car is the emotional connection it makes with the driver. With the NSX, that connection will be intense and immediate," said Mike Accavitti, senior vice president and general manager of the Acura division.

Acura says ordering for the NSX will open up this summer, with deliveries late in the year. We'll likely have pricing around that time as well.

Source: Acura

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Pic Credit - Michael Haldavnekar

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Nice but just enhhhh. Does remind me of Ferrari kinda.

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