Although the big news on the Honda/Acura front was the postponement of the Acura brand launching in Japan, the other shocker was when Takeo Fukui, Honda's CEO, said that the new NSX won't be making its debut at this year's Tokyo Motor Show.

There's never been a firm date for the reveal of Honda's newest supercar, but there's been considerable speculation that a revamped version of the Advanced Sports Car Concept might bow soon. Considering that Acura won't be coming to the Land of the Rising Sun until 2010 – at the earliest -- and there's no auto show planned for that year, we may have to wait until October of 2011 before we catch a glimpse of what Honda has up its sleeve. That's a long way away, so we hope Honda to makes it worth the wait.

[Source: AutoCar]

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